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By Mo Kashanian 26 Apr, 2017

Many high school math students try to study math in same way as they study for Biology or Social studies , by memorizing the formulas, equations and the examples which the teacher do in class. Math is a logical process and it is typically visual than other courses. Math is not based on memorization. The beauty of math is that you can do it.

By Mo Kashanian 26 Apr, 2017
The idea of taking on math problems often leave a bad taste on students’ mouths, regardless of what level they are on. More often than not, most students tend to get easily overwhelmed when faced with the task of dealing with hard math questions, especially those that come out in tests and final exams. Just ask them what’s their least favorite subject and a good percentage would answer " Math " without hesitation.

The thing is, understanding mathematics requires a much more different kind of discipline compared to studying for english, history, or even some aspects of science. It takes certain kinds of approach to fully getting a good grasp of how to deal with hard math problems. It’s definitely difficult, but it’s not at all impossible to enjoy answering hard math word problems and coming up with the corresponding solutions and answers easily--so long as you know the tips and tricks behind it.
By Mo Kashanian 26 Apr, 2017

Many high school math students try to study math in same way as they study for Biology or Social studies , by memorizing the formulas, equations and the examples which the teacher do in class. Math is a logical process and it is typically visual than other courses. Math is not based on memorization. The beauty of math is that you can do it.

By Mo Kashanian 26 Apr, 2017
The idea of taking on math problems often leave a bad taste on students’ mouths, regardless of what level they are on. More often than not, most students tend to get easily overwhelmed when faced with the task of dealing with hard math questions, especially those that come out in tests and final exams. Just ask them what’s their least favorite subject and a good percentage would answer " Math " without hesitation.

The thing is, understanding mathematics requires a much more different kind of discipline compared to studying for english, history, or even some aspects of science. It takes certain kinds of approach to fully getting a good grasp of how to deal with hard math problems. It’s definitely difficult, but it’s not at all impossible to enjoy answering hard math word problems and coming up with the corresponding solutions and answers easily--so long as you know the tips and tricks behind it.
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