Hello everyone,I'm still considered a newbie since I just started one of my preclinical courses, which is Mat 104 with Professor Core at BMCC. We took a small quiz (and we couldn't use a calculator) and I just feel like I did so bad. I mean, it was easy stuff with multiplication and dividing decimals, adding mixed or improper fractions, which fractions are smallest or the largest, dealing with ratios, solving for a proportion and rounding to the nearest hundreth or thousandth. I think I screwed up on my division with decimals because I put the decimal in the wrong place. Another problem was finding the percentage of 9/10 percent of 2000. I think I got the right answer but there were two to three other questions I got wrong. There were only twelve questions on the quiz. I just feel my confidence went down hill.Now I feel I screwed up my chances of getting an A for this class and getting a shot in the BMCC nursing program. We have to do six chapters by our Friday class so I got a head start yesterday and knocked out two chaps (memorizing the conversion system and understanding apothecary and metric system)Today, I am home from work so I'm going to study more.I just need some words of inspiration. My spirits are down. Thank you.