- Spend as much time on math homework as needed.

- Complete your most difficult homework assignments first.

- Read ahead in the math textbook and prepare questions for the instructor.

- For each chapter, prepare your own list of math vocabulary words.

- Find a study buddy and set up group study times.

- Develop practice tests and time yourself while taking them.

- Read ahead in your textbook and make an informal outline.

- For practice, do all the example problems in the text.

- While doing homework, write down questions for the instructor/tutor.

- Be aware of the time allotted while taking a math test.

- Make sure you attend every math class.

- Schedule a study period after your math class.

- Verbalize (silently) problems the instructor writes on the board. Solve the problem on paper or silently verbalize each solution step.

- Interview instructors before actually signing up for their course to compare your learning style to their instructional style.

- Make note cards to remind yourself how to solve various math problems.

- Get help early in the semester before you get too lost.

- For understanding, recite back the materials you have read in your math textbook.

- Take notes on how to solve difficult problems.

- Copy all the information that is written on the board.

- Do math homework every day.

- If you miss a class, ask your instructors for permission to attend the same course that is taught at a different time or day. Remember: You are held responsible for material covered in classes that you have missed.

*By Paul D. Nolting, Ph.D., Winning at Math, 1997*

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