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Can you guys Gimme a few tips on how should I prepared for my Exam?
Which exam is this
Try Algebra.com You can do a search for each topic and Find questions far each to test yourself With
Like I know a few chapter (6) ....I don't think I'll be able to manage that....
If you start now, and only focus on studying for the exam I think you can be well- prepared for it.
I'm not that good with numbers either..
And,I always tend to forget EVERYTHING I've learnt on the day of the Exam..
You'll forget everything if you try to cram at the last minute. Journaling about what you learned from your studies will help.
NO ,no,no.Even if I prepare in advance.
If you review concepts you've studied consistently enough, that should be sufficient for reinforcing what you've learned and for retaining the critical information.
I manage other subjects,but Math has always been my weak point..
It doesn't always have to be that way. Avoid making "weak at math" a permanent mantra for you.
Like I've some kind of fear/apprehension for Maths...
That is more than obvious atm. The Key to getting over that fear is familarizing yourself more and more with mathematical concepts and learning actively. Watch khan Academy videos related to the topics you're currently studying. Review problem solving approaches posted by experts on algebra.com. Journal about your experiences. Create flash cards for key concepts, terms, and formulas.
I'll get back to you if I happen to need help . Thanks.
Check the specification. Revise each topic, and put a tick next to the topics that you're confident with.
http://www.studygs.net/equations.htm for Linear Equations https://quizlet.com/28270356/banking-study-guide-flash-cards/ http://www.sparknotes.com/math/prealgebra/perimeterarea/section3.rhtml http://www.math.purdue.edu/~jeb/162-f11-sg1.pdf Quizlet is one of the websites that has helped me alot. Try them out. Tip:Do example questions and work them out.