Often students assume subject Maths as one of the difficult subjects and are afraid to solve a maths problem. Maths is an inevitable subject which will be taught throughout the school and also in graduation, although the difficulty level may be different. In reality, Maths is an easy subject provided you learn all the formulas and apply little logic as per the question. Dedicate a defined time schedule for maths and make sure you stick to the timetable. Here we provide you the easy way to learn maths.
Practice: This very important aspect to master the subject, we have heard the proverb “practices makes the man perfect”. It is very apt for this subject and provides an easy way to learn maths. It is not a subject which students can learn by reading and listening. Try to solve as many problems as possible to master the subject.
Usually, student find it more easy to grab the subject in the calmness of night as there will be little or no disturbance.
Formula Book: Every chapter has a defined set of formulas and theorems, maintain a separate book to by-heart the formulas. Keeping a separate book will give you easy access to the formulas. You can also make a chart of the formulas and paste it on the wall, so you will remember the formula and have a glance it whenever you pass the place. Include concepts, terminology, and definitions also in the formula book which makes it handy to revise before working on the problems.
Study Environment: Select a place where you find it peaceful to study. Avoid noisy places and where there is constant interference of people, television or outdoor activities. This distracts attention and will not let you concentrate on the subject.
Understand the concept: As stated it is not a subject of reading, it requires a step-by-step process to solve complex solutions. Maths tricks help in solving the problem in a short time and also verification of the solution.
Identify & Clarify Doubts: Identify your weak areas, the step which takes a long time to solve, understand the concept. You can approach your teacher or friends and develop problem-solving skills.
Practical Application of Maths: Geometry and the probability concept can be applied in real life. This makes the subject interesting for the students.