Things You’ll Need:
- Math Book
- Notebook Paper or Spiral Notebook
- Assignment Sheet (if applicable)
- Willingness to Communicate with your Teacher
GO TO ALL YOUR MATH CLASSES: Begin by realizing that Mathematics always builds on itself. This means that for this particular class it is very important that you try not to miss any of your math classes (This should go for all your classes, but it is more essential for this one) Missing any of your math classes can put you behind.
DO YOUR HOMEWORK: You may find that in some of your classes, even your math class, the teacher will not require that you complete the homework that he/she gives you. DO NOT take this as a free pass for your math class. In order for you to truly do well in this class, you really have to do your homework assignments.
PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE: The most important fact about preparing for your Math Exam is that you DO NOT study for this exam, you PRACTICE for this exam. Mathematics is all about learning a problem and then practice, practice practice until you understand it.
ASK FOR HELP: Always ask questions to get a better understanding of the math problems. Use your teacher, make sure that you discuss with them any problems you may be struggling with until you get it.
YOU WILL SEE THE HOMEWORK PROBLEMS ON THE EXAM: Make sure that you do most, if not all of the homework given to you. It will only better prepare you for the exam. You will find that all the problems given to you in your exam, you already completed in your homework.
AGAIN PRACTICE and LISTEN: A week or so before the exam just start practicing all the problems you've already done to make sure you have them down flat. Sometimes teacher will give you a hint about what will be on the exam, LISTEN!!! It will only help you.
Step7GOOD LUCK on your next MATH Exam.
Tips & Warnings
- Try doing calculator problem by hand, it will only improve your efficiency.
- If the teacher give practice exams, DO THE PRACTICE EXAM