When I was a teen I tried developing ambidexterity, and managed to learn how to play guitar as a left-handed (I already knew right-handed) and how to write, although poorly. Back then I was obsessed with left-handed traits because I heard that their right-part of the brain (commonly associated with arts and imagination, among other things) was more developed than right-handed people, so I figured that "training" that part of my brain would somehow help me on that part it didn't
. It was an interesting experience nonetheless. May I ask why you are interested on it too?>>18263
What branch of maths will you be studying? I'm an engineer student so the pure mathematical way of things like "set theory" and other abstract things we normally think as a given in the real life are slightly alien for me (my teacher of advanced math is a mathematician and she taught us everything from 0 about how the Fourier series become the Fourier Transform through the analysis developed by the authors back then, it was mindblowing but pretty interesting). My advice is to get really good with algebra if you're aiming for something like calculus or problem resolution (hell, it really helps for mathematical induction). Of course, if you have any question feel free to ask anywhere. I'd be interested in learning the more sadistic part of math and now that I've finished my physics course I will have the chance to inspect those things more closely.
As for my new year resolution, I hope I can get a part time job. I already managed to assemble my computer (which was going to be my resolution but I managed to make it before hitting new year's eve!). I also want to improve my japanese, I am fairly good at reading but I suck at expressing myself, and there's still a bunch of kanji I've got to learn.
Hope things go well for you guys.