I would say the one thing you did learn was how to prioritize according to what is most beneficial and useful for you. So instead of spending all this extra time to study algebra to get a better grade (which because of your lack of talent in this area would be even more effort and work)- you used that time to spend learning the subject in which you want to invest all your energy and focus on.
I had World Civilizations in my first year of college --- zippo interest in the subject --- my major was within the business field so I really do not see much to gain in that subject when I was a freshman and now 25+ years later. I attended the class just enough so I could gather the basics of what would be tested for the exams and studied enough to get a little bit more than a passing grade. Complete waste of time.
Tue 22 Dec, 2015 06:37 am
No, I don't think that it will help in future if anybody just pass the subject without gaining anything valuable from it.