Math- The subject that we all dread. How many times have we woken up from our peaceful slumber, drenched in cold sweat, with our heart pounding, in the perpetual fear of the maths exam? With confusing numbers, mathematical equations, formulas, derivations, and calculations. It is sure to make everybody’s head spin, considering the amount of stuff a student is expected to learn, interpret and memorize. However, we have got you covered with a few tips to get rid of your fear, for the subject of maths.
- Write and Learn: Math, unlike other subjects, is very practice-based and oriented to actually learning with practice. Odd numbers is a topic that is quite simplistic to learn, however it gets easier to memorize and repeat in the exam, the more you put in the practice to write down while you learn. This will not only help you in understanding the subject matter better but will also lead you to understand core concepts and make you ready for the final exams, so that you can remember the subjects and topics you have learned better and for longer.
- Speak out loud while you learn: Unless you are in a library or a place that insists on keeping silent, it is generally advisable to speak out loud while you learn, this helps in reinforcing the concepts and material that you are trying to learn. Especially formulas that you would use in solving other types of problems, such as the differentiation formula. In such cases, it is generally advisable to speak out loud while you learn. This can be useful in remembering the topics, while you are in the exam hall to write your paper better.
- Practice, Practice, and Practice: Maths unlike other subjects does not depend primarily on your memory and retention skills but rather depends on your skills in utilizing an existing formula and solving problems based off of this method. In short, the more you practice on important topics such as the differentiation formula and Odd numbers, the more confident you would feel about tackling and solving problems in the exam hall.
Thus, these are a few tips and tricks to approach and tackle your exam heads on and come out with flying colors. We wish you the best of luck!
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