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How To Improve Your Math Grades In 10 Steps

Many students and parents say improving math grades need hard work. Being a smart worker also you can improve your grades. Math is the only subject in which you can score 100%. You can improve your math grades by following these simple 10 steps.

Step 1: Focus More On Hard Topic

It is common in all the a student, if the student feels any topic is hard and boring they will barely leave that or give less time. That is the main reason for less grades. If you don’t understand any topic, take  help with math tutor and work hard, focus on it until you become a master of that topic.

Step 2: Attentive In The Class

Be attentive in the classroom this will assist you to understand the topic in a most prosperous manner. Participating in the topic discussion will clear your many doubts. When your teacher explain something, take down important point and all the steps this will help you for future reference.

Step 3: Practice More Example Problem Apart From Your Homework

Do all your homework daily but for exam don't only depends on homework and assignment problem. Work more on examples problem from every chapter. Math, you can not learn by watching it. At least once you have to practice it. Work on online math worksheet related to your topic.

Step 4: Write Down Each Step Of Your Problem

This is real common thing students do much when he or she acquire a problem they will resolve it in their mind without writing any steps. Do not map out the problem to answer in your head. For example: Word problem, first write down what is given, then process the problem by writing each steps this will help you to cross check your problem. If you are stuck in with some step, then take help from online tutors. Online Tutor For Math will provide you step by step explanation on each topic.


Step 5: Make Neat Notes

Collect your study material and prepare neat and important notes for your future reference. Make sure your examples are copied  neatly with step by step explanation. Draw important figure. Always remember to use pencil to draw a figure. This will help when you prepare for the exam. Take online help for your study material.  

Step 6: Study Daily, Do Not Sit And Hit The Books Just Before One Day Of Your Exam

Do not sit and study just before one day of your exam. Math is a subject which needs daily practice. Start serious study  at least 15 days before your exams.


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Step 7: Group Study

Group study is the best way to better understanding. Teach and learn from each other. This will help you to practice your topics in a better way. If you do not have any group then join math club. Many online math clubs are available. This will help you to increase your learning ability.     

Step 8: Take Your Own Test & Time Management

Many students are slow in writing that could be a reason for your low grades. Conduct a test for yourself and check out your completion time. Check your own mistakes and try to solve it out. A simple mistake can often be the reason for your low grades. Time management is the very important thing in your exam so work on it solve easy problem first, then go for long and hard one.

Step 9: Ask For Extra Help

If you need extra help to understand any problem. Do not hesitate, ask your math tutor for help he or she will be very glad to help you. A little extra help can make much difference in your grades and make things more clear.

Step 10: Do Not Study Late Night Just Before The Exam Day

Take complete rest before your exam. Do not study late night. This will keep your mind refreshing.

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Comment by Dorothy Hastings on March 17, 2014 at 10:41am

You can learn math like anything else, provided you approach it in the right way. A positive mental attitude does make a huge difference to your grades. Remind yourself that math is all about solving problems. And you've solved plenty of those in your time. Give yourself time to understand a new math concept, ask for help. Think positive!
 
 
 
 

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