Describe a subject you used to dislike but now have an interest in. You should say:
- What the subject is
- Why you disliked it
- What you are interested in now
- And explain why you become interested in it
When I was in primary school, I hate mathematics because my mathematics teacher David delivered il boringly. In classes, he used to write down theories and ask us to memorize them without enough explanation. I didn’t find the importance of mathematics at that time.
Luckily, when I entered high school, and I met an intelligent mathematics teacher, Jane, and she was a lovely woman who, if I remember well, really liked me. She was very dedicated towards her students, and that was probably one of the reasons why I grew to love mathematics.
During the lectures in a spacious room, she aimed to introduce us to solve problems with basic operations, like addition and multiplication, and how to think about simple real-life problems using mathematics. Various daily examples demonstrated during the lectures attracted us a lot, making the mathematics more interesting. For example, counting people in rush hour is an excellent way to evaluate the profit of a local Sushi store. What surprised me was that she also kept a bag of candies and would give candy to anyone who answered challenging questions. What I learned from the lectures was useful to me in multiple ways, making me interested in mathematics gradually.