# How to Make Math Easy

Oftentimes, when it comes to math, some people struggle with the concepts, finding it too difficult. But follow these few steps and Math will be easy in every class.

**Master Your Basics**: The number one reason that people struggle in math class is because their basics and their fundamentals are not fully developed. Algebra and Geometry are the building blocks for the more advanced math later on (Calculus, Differential Equations, etc…).**Get Ahead**: Most schools give you a textbook for math and it’s a pretty big book. What you can do is, study ahead. Whenever you have time, you can look a section ahead, and be prepared for tomorrow’s material.**Self-Study**: This is the most efficient way of studying math. I would recommend you to buy math textbooks from a local bookstore. You can also search on the internet for great math books.Don’t get a book that is very short (100 pages) for a topic like Geometry. Get a textbook or a few workbooks on the topic. It’s good to buy more than one book, since some books leave out certain things.**Studying**: When you self-study, it’s good to have the book and a notebook with you, college ruled preferably. Write down all the vocabulary and terms and the example problems. You don’t have to do each and every single practice problem if you find it repetitive, just have an intuitive answer. (As long as you know the process of solving it) It’s also good to get into a habit of working on more Word Problems, which can help you apply the concept into real-life situations.**Competition**: If you do enough self-studying, and you look through your studying notes when you have free time, you should already have a very good basis in math. If you’re a fast learner, then it would be even better since you can learn the higher level concepts quicker. If your school has a math club or team that you can join, go for it! Chances are, you’ll meet individuals who are very talented in math and can help you expand your knowledge by attending competitions.**Loving Math**: Once you do this part, math would be no challenge whatsoever. Once you get good in math, help others, it’s okay to show off you knowledge, in a good way. Once you start to take interest in math and start studying it and attend math competitions and expand your knowledge on math, you will love it. Once you have a passion for math, you will want to learn more, achieve more, and become the mathematician you’ve never imagined.

**Tips…**

Find a student who is totally passionate about mathematics and be good friends with him, he will be very good influence!

**Warning!**

Do not try to cram! It’s okay to study slowly and a bit at a time. Cramming is not a good idea! You will forget some concepts eventually.

source: wikihow

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