Should I go back to public school?

Hi, I'm cyber schooled and I have honestly gotten so stupid & I just hate it so much and I feel bad, I suck at math mostly and I don't know much about it, heck I even still suck at multiplication and I feel stupid (Btw I am supposed to be in 7th grade but I flunked) I am so stupid and I just can't find interest in school so I think maybe public school will help because at home I can't concentrate on school, but at school in a class I could do so much better but I have such a fear that i'm gonna be made fun of because I'm not very smart or the teachers are going to ask me a question I don't know
Please help!
Thank you for taking your time reading this please no bad answers! :)
Anonymous User
Anonymous User
Asked Sep 28, 2013
Edited Sep 28, 2013
You could go back to school, sometimes having friends to do hw with helps. Also, the teachers there are usually much better at teaching than home ed teachers. You can also get tutored after school to get help with the subjects you are having troubles with. Math is my most hated subject, but for another reason. It's too easy for me; and I've been doing algebra since I was only four. No one believed me, so I had to retake the classes a profuse amount of times. I used to tutor people, online, at home, in school. I helped a lot of people, and I think you could learn easier if someone was more friendly and willing to teach you.
Answered Oct 14, 2013
A teacher can help u after school hours
Answered Nov 22, 2013
if you are that reluctant to go to a public school, I would suggest looking into getting a professional tutor, or at least going to a public school and asking about what tutoring programs they have. if you are still struggling or for some reason you can't get a tutor then yes, you should go to a public school. it is the teacher's job to help you when you need help and get you through the class with a passing grade. and as PurelyInnocent said, having friends to do homework with helps a lot.
Answered Nov 22, 2013

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