Anyone can learn math whether they're in higher math at school or just looking to brush up on the basics. After discussing ways to be a good math student, I want to show you the basic progression of math courses and will give you the basic elements that you'll need to learn in each course.

1.Show up for class. When you miss class, you have to learn the concepts either from a classmate or from your textbook. You'll never get as good of an overview from your friends or from the text as you will from your teacher.

Come to class on time. In fact, come a little early and open your notebook to the right place, open your textbook and take out your calculator so that you're ready to start when your teacher is ready to start.

Only skip class if you are sick. When you do miss class, talk to a classmate to find out what the teacher talked about and what homework was assigned.

2. Work along with your teacher. If your teacher works problems at the front of your class, then work along with the teacher in your notebook.

Make sure that your notes are clear and easy to read. Don't just write down the problems. Also write down anything that the teacher says that increases your understanding of the concepts.

Work any sample problems that your teacher posts for you to do. When the teacher walks around the classroom as you work, answer questions.

Participate while the teacher is working a problem. Don't wait for your teacher to call on you. Volunteer to answer when you know the answer, and raise your hand to ask questions when you're unsure of what's being taught.

3. Do your homework the same day as it's assigned. When you do the homework the same day, the concepts are fresh on your mind. Sometimes, finishing your homework the same day isn't possible. Just make sure that your homework is complete before you go to class.

4. Make an effort outside of class if you need help. Go to your teacher during his or her free period or during office hours.

If you have a Math Center at your school, then find out the hours that it's open and go get some help.

Join a study group. Good study groups usually contain 4 or 5 people at a good mix of ability levels. If you're a "C" student in math, then join a group that has 2 or 3 "A" or "B" students so that you can raise your level. Avoid joining a group full of students whose grades are lower than yours.

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-- Edited by Vendy on Sunday 25th of December 2022 11:02:23 AM