As a child, I detested math. It was by far my least favourite subject at school, and by looking at my own attendance up until the 5th grade you’d probably discover it happened to be on the day that I was most likely to be poorly, some coincidence! Somehow I’d been put in one of the higher grade math lessons, so I always found the work to be very hard, and I always left feeling as if I was pretty dumb. But then one day all of that changed. The previous old teacher left, and a shiny new one came to replace him. His name was Mr Johnson and to me, and this may sound perverse having announced my hatred towards the subject, but he became my hero. He turned a dull, boring, somewhat frightening subject into a fun, simple, highly best online casino rewarding one. I realised I wasn’t as dumb as I expected, and my results skyrocketed. It became my most favourite lesson, along with physical education, and I really do believe that its given me the confidence and grades to pursue the career I’ve always wanted. This, in my opinion, is no doubt down to the arrival at my school of Mr Johnson, who’ll always in my eyes be a hero.