Success in Mathematics

STudy guidelines for math
Minneapolis Community and Technical CollegeC, Minneapolis ,MN

I think it is so true about the pace of a math class. If you don't keep up, it is easy to fall behind quickly, especially at the fast pace you have to take in knowledge.It's always good to take good notes. Staying organized is big for any and all classes.

Success in Mathematics
College Sophomore
Sierra College, Rocklin, CA

This is an excellent, comprehensive resource. It is well organized and easy to follow. Each paragraph is referenced by a hyperlink list on the right for fast, easy navigation. Titles and keywords are bold, highlighting the key points. The basic concepts are supported by insightful examples.

My only complaint would be the list of problem types in the paragraph on Problem Solving (Homework and Tests). First, the bullets match the list level above. Second, and even more importantly, they are simply bullets and not listed as type 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5. Yet they are referenced by type below the list and the connection is not immediately clear.

Passive and Assertive Math Student
Angelita , College Freshman
Chemeketa Community, Oregon

This one had a lot to go over a lot of stuff I have read and other information was new. I enjoyed reading the last bit when explaining what a math helper/helper is vs a crutch, an enabler is.

I appreciated the way this article broke down the difference between a passive and an assertive math student and in the end why the assertive student will always get the batter grade. This is very informative and will do my best to be more of an assertive math student.

Math success
Chemeketa Community College, Salem Oregon

I really enjoyed reading this page. I found it incredibly useful all the test tips. My favorite one was breaking down each problem by time that's allotted. I will most definitely be using this sight in my further math classes to come. The question examples were very interesting as well!


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