# Is it worth doing maths methods?

### Table of Contents

- Is it worth doing maths methods?
- Is maths methods or specialist hard?
- Is Year 12 Maths Methods hard?
- Should I do further maths or methods?
- What jobs need math methods?
- What is the hardest high school subject?
- Do I need specialist maths?
- What is the hardest VCE subject?
- Is Methods harder than further?
- What careers need maths methods?
- Which is harder to learn methods or general Maths?
- What are hard math problems?
- Do you think math is a challenging subject?
- Is the intermediate level of math really that hard?

### Is it worth doing maths methods?

imo, pick **general maths** since you consider yourself 'not great at maths', but definitely consider it. methods opens a lot of options when choosing courses, and if you find it too hard, you can always change subjects when the semester ends, maybe even the first week when school starts.

### Is maths methods or specialist hard?

First off, **Specialist math** is much harder then **methods** and it covers some topics that you will have never seen before. You can't really do **specialist** without doing **Methods** as well. But on the good side, if you are reasonable at **math** and can handle **Specialist** without to much hassle, it makes **Methods** a walk in the park.

### Is Year 12 Maths Methods hard?

Year 12 is **basically an expansion of year 11 methods**. So it's not as hard as say year 11, where you learn completely new elements (from what i remember). The reason why some people might say it's way harder is probably because you need to put a lot of effort in to get as high as you can for your score.

### Should I do further maths or methods?

Further Maths is **directed more towards practical analysis** using statistics geometry, linear equations and networks. Methods is more of a pure math subject with various functions, calculus and advanced probability. If you do not enjoy Maths at all, you might like to consider not doing it at all.

### What jobs need math methods?

**Career Paths for Math-Lovers**

- Auditor: $70,500. ...
- Data or Research Analyst: $83,390. ...
- Computer Programmer: $84,280. ...
- Medical Scientist: $84,810. ...
- Financial Analyst: $85,660. ...
- Statistician: $88,190. ...
- Actuary: $102,880. ...
- Economist: $104,340.

### What is the hardest high school subject?

**Top Ten Hardest School Subjects**

- Physics. For the majority of people, physics is very tough because it is applying numbers to concepts that can be very abstract. ...
- Foreign Language. Russian language learner here (plus I'm studying German and Romanian). ...
- Chemistry. ...
- Math. ...
- Calculus. ...
- English. ...
- Biology. ...
- Trigonometry.

### Do I need specialist maths?

Specialist Maths is recommended for **students planning to undertake further study in mathematics** – or those who have a strong interest or aptitude in maths. Specialist Maths students will find many university maths and science courses much easier than other students.

### What is the hardest VCE subject?

What are the hardest VCE subjects? Hardest: **Legal Studies**; workload can be crazy, you'll have no idea what exactly the questions require for full marks unless you have a good teacher, scales down. Easiest: Specialist; fun, very straightforward, learn concepts and practice for exam, much narrower than methods.

### Is Methods harder than further?

**Methods is not as hard** as people think (my opinion) but yes as numerous people say, further maths is much easier compared to methods. I think it really depends whether you might need it for a course you want to get into. As previously stated, Methods is a requirement for some degrees.

### What careers need maths methods?

**Career Paths for Math-Lovers**

- Auditor: $70,500. ...
- Data or Research Analyst: $83,390. ...
- Computer Programmer: $84,280. ...
- Medical Scientist: $84,810. ...
- Financial Analyst: $85,660. ...
- Statistician: $88,190. ...
- Actuary: $102,880. ...
- Economist: $104,340.

### Which is harder to learn methods or general Maths?

Generally I'm good at maths, though am better at English subjects. I've read that Methods is very hard in content and the scaling isn't enough to justify it, while General is hard in another sense as small errors can mess you up completely. Please tell me about your experience as well! Oxford comma and Avett Brothers enthusiast.

### What are hard math problems?

A hard math problem can be defined in 2 very different ways. To most, a “hard” math problem is one that simply has many steps and involves many calculations. For example the problem “Factor XXX cubic” would be considered hard. The steps are not necessarily hard to figure out, however they are numerous and take a lot of time.

### Do you think math is a challenging subject?

Math is a very challenging yet exciting subject, where some have a hard time understanding some of the concepts taught, others view it as the best subject ever. There are some people who are so used to calculations that they do not need calculators.

### Is the intermediate level of math really that hard?

As such, this intermediate level of mathematics is taken to be seen as hard, and everything pushed up a level. c) There are two kinds of students - those who pick methods because they have to/feel they have to (uni pre-reqs), and those who pick it because it's the level of maths they're used to.