Most often, the question is not whether or not you can do it, but rather if you will do it.
I failed Algebra 2 over and over again in highschool. I had to stay behind on a family trip to the shore because I was in summer school. I had convinced myself that I couldn’t do it. Till this day, I’m relatively confident that I have a learning disability.
But if I had to take Algebra 2 again, I’m 100% sure I could pass it.
It’s a matter of whether you are properly motivated or not.
Have you ever wanted something so bad that the work required didn’t even register? When I first met my wife, I flew back and forth from Ft. Lauderdale to Boston over and over again.
I didn’t even think about it. It was a must for me.
If something is a must for you, you will do it. If it’s a want, you probably won’t.