Why push for Math more?
"When I first came to high school, I didn't quite know what I wanted to do. And I certainly didn't expect Math to factor in the least bit. But as time went by, it started to grow on me. Math became the molar ratio of a perfectly-mixed morning coffee and the synth line I hear on the Monday morning radio. Math isn't a subject you take out for am overnight date before the exam day; it's something you'll have to fall in love with, piece by piece, day after day. Eventually, I figured out what I wanted to do: to work in engineering and build cool and interesting things. And that, long story short, is how I ended up here in Nanyang Technological University.
Look, Math is difficult. People who tell you otherwise are better at integrals than they are at lying. Just take it slowly and figure out why you really want to do along the way. Everything else should work itself out."