Math Survival Guide: How to Study for Math Tests 14
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"Some people regard discipline as a chore. For me, it is a kind of order that sets me free to fly."
|You can even laminate them and take them into the shower with you! I also|
recommend that you stick them all over the inside of your car’s windshield, so
you can learn math while you drive. But, please do leave a 6” x 6” space free
right in front of your face so you can watch for pedestrians. (OK, I was joking
about the shower and the car thing.)
Be sure to have ALL memorizing done two days before the test.
Memorizing the night before or, heaven forbid, the day OF the test usually
doesn’t work and just makes you nervous.
The very worst thing that can happen is to know how to do a math
problem, but not be able to remember the first formula to get it started. Zero
points on that one! Don’t let it happen to you.
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