Guidelines for Study
Florida State College of Jacksonville, Florida, Jacksonville, Florida
I know this link is very helpful for me and very well could be for others. This link teaches you all the steps of learning how to get better at math problems. It teaches you how to take notes, read/understand, steps of how to break down problems and solve them correctly. These are the steps I use to better myself at solving math problems. Using these basic steps can help other students in all math levels understand and successfully pass all their assignments.
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Arthur Wilson, HS Junior
Canada Community College, Redwood City, CA
I love this guide. It literally covers all the bases , giving the advice I would give to anybody who is struggling with a math class, no matter what level. From what I''ve noticed, most people I talk to stop at the fourth step and completely disregard the (in my opinion) most important step of analyzing the problems you've just solved. If you just learn the formulae and basic methods that your class requires, and your instructor springs a new kind of problem on the final (It's certainly happened to me) and you have no idea how to figure it out. It's probably because you never bothered to explore the different ways you can apply the various things you've learned throughout the class.
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