Amen amen.I hate math, school, and most everything about high school. Sitting at a stupid little desk with every person spawned at roughly the same time is an awful experience. I believe that high school is little beyond day care for teen agers. It is provided by the government to allow parents to work during the day and pay taxes. I did not like hearing my teacher drone on about algebra and it was one of my least favorite subjects.
I felt that if you understand or memorize the equations you are basically doing nothing but memorization combined with a slightly varying repeating action over and over. The people that were happy about their A+ or 99% in algebra I always looked at as dumb when I was in school.
I'm like that too. I'd much rather design my own equation to solve a problem. Back when I had maths classes I would try to figure out certain equations used to solve the problems. It was rare but it felt better seeing the equation I had just devised as the exact one in the textbook, rather than just being force-fed the equation to begin with and proceeding to slug out all the answers.Logic is not exclusive to INTP. Neither is maths and science. I was average at both.
Problem solving is more my forte than logic, actually, although the two go hand in hand. But I like to design the logic behind the process of a problem that needs to be solved. If that makes sense.:laughing: