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7. Understand The Topic Before Moving On to
is similar to reading because if you don’t know how your letter sounds, you
have no chance of uttering words, so you’d be unable to read a phrase or a
sentence. All math courses follow a prescribed order since each topic builds on
the preceding one. If you’re experiencing difficulty with a particular subject,
work on it until you comprehend it and solve it or use a college assignment
helper to cope with it. Don’t skip various topics because it might
hamper your progress as you go on. Watch video tutorials, attend math
discussions, practice sample exercises, or even purchase a set of books
presenting other ways of problem-solving. But don’t move on to the next topic
if you still find the topic unclear. If you do, you’ll get even more upset and
you’ll certainly begin to lose hope.
8. Don’t Be Afraid to Ask Questions
you ever been in class and found yourself confused about something being
taught, and instead of asking a question, you held back and let the class
continue? Ask yourself why you chose not to ask questions, clarify your doubts,
and help your learning.
students can feel hesitant to ask a question about something they think their
peers have understood without asking any questions themselves. Others might
feel like slowing down the class and drawing too much attention.
these are not the thoughts that students should entertain when they’re in a
classroom because, as learners, they not only have every right to ask
questions, but it is also something that teachers themselves encourage.
Teachers love answering questions!
9. Understand the concept - Don't
memorise a process
common mistake students make is memorising math formulas or a process without
understanding the concept behind it. For example, many students memorise the
steps for adding fractions without knowing the reason for making the
denominators the same. As a result, they can confuse this process with other
must understand the WHY behind each concept, not just the HOW. Once you
understand the basic concepts, you'll be able to apply them in different ways
and solve problems more easily.