When I look at math, it's like my mind goes fuzzy. The only way to describe it is to relate to how when you read, you see the letters and words, but your brain picks up on the meaning?

When I see numbers, mathematical symbols and equations, I find understanding them incredibly difficult to. It's like trying to read Kanji (without knowing Japanese).

Something simple like $4+24$ is easy, but as soon as I see $\frac{\sqrt{a 2.7 + b 8.6}}{34}$ my brain freaks out. I struggle to read it in my head in a way that makes sense. I literally read it as "a line of numbers".

I am now doing a Bachelor of Computer Science degree part-time, and scoring 75% or ABOVE for every subject, except math, which I failed this semester with a current average of 32%. I had quite a poor schooling experience (yes, I am in a third-world country). I don't even know the difference between Calculus and Trigonometry. I completed an access course to get University admission, but the fractions and simple math in the access course were nothing compared to Linear Algebra and Set Theory.

I have about 3-4 months until I retake my uni math courses. My idea is to try and get through the entire math high school syllabus on a site like Khan Academy, and hope that it gives me the grounding and background I need to succeed at a university level.

I'm not sure what to do. I'm desperate for a degree, and more than willing to earn it. It just seems like a huge mountain to climb and I don't know where to start.

The way I see it, I have very limited options if I can't "get math". I'm open to suggestions, but I'm hoping there is a definitive answer. My question is: in light of the above information, where should I start learning if I want to achieve a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science?