I’m 15 years old and have loved to program ever since I was 13. I know I’m a bit young to be thinking about this, therefore If you wish, you don’t have to read the entire thing, just needed to get this off my mind.
Anyways, I decided to take my first computer science course in grade 10. It was really fun and furthered my passion for programming, however my mark was not what I expected it to be. Some of you may be thinking that my mark doesn’t matter in grade 10, and you’re right, it doesn’t. However my mark was a reflection of my skill, and according to my mark, I will never become even a mediocre programmer. Although after the course finished I continued to program pushing my self in hopes of getting better, however I am starting to feel that I will never become successful in this field. Currently I am thinking about quitting, however it pains me knowing I’ll never be able to do what I’m passionate about. I have always been a 90 student in math, and thought my background in it will at least earn me an 85 in the course. However I only received an 80. If any of you believe this post is ridiculous, you have the right to do so, and please do not feel the need to reply.