If you’re smart, you’ll start preparing for your math exam on the first day of class.
What I mean is this: learn your math lessons as they are taught to you.
Don’t get behind, ever.
And if you’re struggling on a concept or skill, get some help, sooner than later.
Math is a “doing” subject. You learn it by doing it. Unlike English or History, for example, (which both involve great amounts of reading), you can master Mathematics simply by setting up and following regular, consistent study routines, from day one of class.
You’ll master it, and have little stress come exam week!
Here’s HOW TO “STUDY” for Math tests:
Start intentional math exam preparation on the first day of class.
When there’s an actual Math Test date on your schedule, do the following:
Math is a cumulative subject – so don’t get behind. You need to have a firm grasp on last year’s math in order to master this year’s math; if you plan to pursue math at an advanced level, the work you’re doing today will support your future learning and success. You’re building a foundation in math in your elementary years, and then high school years. If something’s missing, you’ll have to turn back to re-build the foundation.
Cramming won’t work for a Math test. So do your homework, and keep up with a consistent routine!
GO FOR IT!