for High School and College Students
Being good at math requires practice. You
learn the principles of a topic then use them to solve problems. That's
the bottom line!
have to pass that math exam, whichever it is. The only way to do this is
by at least trying to solve a few problems on every topic of the
syllabus (course content), starting immediately if not before. It's
all about practicing. The
more you can try to solve the better for you to become perfect. Learning
the principles of a topic is only half of the story. The other half is
for you to start solving problems whether through reasoning or by
calculations. Some will take you a minute or less while others will take
you hours and even days to figure out. Mistakes will be made while
practicing and you will get wrong answers too. That's
All you have to do at that point is to identify your weakness along with
the errors and get
them corrected right away. By
doing this regularly, there
will hardly be any way you will ever make those same mistakes again, especially
on a test or exam.
Practice makes Perfect.