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3 Tips to Learn Mathematics
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3 Tips to Learn Mathematics

by Vivek Singh | Dec 22, 2013

Mathematics is the base subject for almost all of the science subjects. All science subjects like physics, chemistry, and computer Science use mathematics at some extent. It is necessary that students understand the basic fundaments of mathematics from childhood. They can do it by paying with the math rather studying the math. At this stage the role of tutors or teachers is very important to make math a fun rather a subject. Most the times students who do not feel very comfortable with math, they get more problems in other subjects later on.

Many students say that they are good in Math but they could not perform well in examinations or school tests. There may be many reasons behind this. The most important reason is lack of practice. Math is not like History where just remembering the dates and events will work. If you do a lot of practice, Math will become easier to you and you will enjoy it rather learn it. I will discuss here three important tips about how to improve your Math skills:

1. Clear your basics: You need to first clear your fundamentals before advancing to next steps. For an example, the unit of the area is square unit. You need to understand what is the meaning of four square inches is. If you don't have basic understanding of area, how can you calculate the area using calculus? Make sure you understand the each and every basic concept before start practicing. You can do this by asking questions to your Math teacher, or by taking help of your home tutor.

2. More focus on examples: Every Math's textbook has some examples in each chapter. Make a habit to look closely at all examples. Most of the times, these examples are based on the basic concepts and clear your doubts easily. Once you look at those, try to solve them on your notebook yourself without looking at the book. The more you practice on examples, more you will be comfortable with other problems. After solving the example, make a flowchart in your note book that what are the major steps to solve particular type of problems. Doing so will help you to solve the problems in good pace.

3. Practice writing:
The more you spend you ink, more you will be adept at math. Try to practice more using you note book. Pick any example, and solve it completely in your notebook. Make sure that you write every step as you are writing in examination. It doesn't matter if the problem is easy or tough, you need to focus to solve clearly and completely. If you feel comfortable in a chapter just pick any question from the pool of the questions and solve them completely. Don't look at the answers before you solve those problems yourself.

If you feel that you are not picking up pace in math, or need assistance you may take assistance from a home tutor. They can not only help you to understand basics but also they can help you in your home works. To hire a home tutor you may contact local tutor bureau or search a math tutor online. There are plenty of online tutoring websites which offer you to choose a tutor from their database. Some websites are free to access and some are paid.

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Vivek Singh is the founder and owner of BharatTutors. Founded in 2010, is one of the fastest growing online platform to connect students and tutors in India..
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