Sitting for exam may not be an easy task for you and many others. If you feel that you are inadequately prepared then would be under stress that may sometimes lead to panic.
While getting prepared for maths exam just do not concentrate on the study sessions but also ensure that you are taking care of your health. It would ensure that when the exam day comes you are at the top of your health to crack the exam in best way.
Mentioned here are simple principles that would allow you prepare for your math exams.
Doing Is Better Than Reading
When the subject is math, reading the text book is not enough! You must have been told at your maths tuition that for improving your mathematical skills, do them, reading the ones done earlier would not help you during exam. Your notes are guide with the help of which you may solve problems but they are not the solution. You need to work out the problems and get the solution. The more you do it, the confident you would be.
Practice make perfect
When it comes to math exams, one thing is only correct for getting prepared for the exam and that is ‘practice makes perfect’. You may have gone through some problems again and again in your maths tuition, but until and unless you do them yourself, you cannot expect to do it correctly. If you try the problem right at the exam, then after solving a part of it, you may not understand where to proceed. So, more you practice, the better grip you have on the subject. This would make you feel confidence during the exam.
You should do the problems again and again but that does not mean that you would say within your comfort zone. Try to attempt those which you feel are tough. If you can do a few among them you can find that you are getting confidence to solve the rest and sit for the exam.
Ensure you are prepared
Math is a subject that has so many things to remember, you need to remember the formulas, must remember the basic of algebra, geometry, and arithmetic. So, after you have gone through all the problems and have learn the formulas you should give yourself time to concentrate on them. Make sure that you are not stressing yourself. It may make you forget everything on the D-day. Just be cool and do everything the way you had practiced at home.