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make it fun!!
use chocolate
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: go through out videos !!
train yourself like a pet and reward yourself with treats? is that what you are saying @amistre64 Lol
power points
Ask yourself : questions .. Can i do this ? yes !! Should i apply integration here ? NO. . .. and soon best of luck
MASTER YOUR basics Get ahead from u r syllabus Self study - If u r putting effort in 30% of the chapter taught be 100% in that 30% Studying on a daily routine compete with u r frnds... AND TRY LOVE MATH
first. don't make post such as these. second. don't google "how to ..." third. do math as much as you can. try to enjoy it. however, if you still don't like it, get over it and choose something else.
Three things: 1. Understand every li'l concept, and absorb every li'l detail, till it's 'driven' into your system. 2. Put in practice enough to make it come naturally to you. 3. Kill that fear of failure. You're the king not the problem ;) (ofcourse, some kitkats would help :P)
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(And ofcourse, try to love whatever you do. If you can't love it, then drop the subject when you have the chance to select electives) Go FTW man ;)

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