When you move to a new school, fellow students can be as intimidating as a colony of vampires. The key is to remember that you are neither superior nor inferior to anybody in the room. School is a prime location for insecurities to brew. Just don’t give in to the mumbles in your head.
You may be thinking, “Well, I’m not good at the subject I’m studying.” Even if you are not learning a subject in the realm of your natural talents, you have to keep in mind that everybody is put in situations that make them feel uneasy. Consider it a test of your strength that no matter how nervous you may be, you are able to walk to the front of the chalkboard and solve a problem.
In addition to this, please don’t be afraid to ask for help! You may think that you’re the only person in the room who does not understand what is going on, but if you could open up your peers’ brains, you may be surprised to see the number of question marks floating around in their skulls. Have the courage to be yourself and admit your limitations!