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Latreil Jackson

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April 17, 2019

5 Keys to Studying Effectively for Your Math Class

“I’m gonna fail this Algebra test.”

Does this sound like you? Is your Algebra class kicking your butt?

Registering for an Algebra class soon and afraid of not passing?

You’re not the only one who feels this way. There are plenty of students who think they’re in a whirlwind of numbers and letters as they try to come out of their math class alive.

But have you ever wondered how some of your classmates who seemed to struggle in math ended up passing with As and high Bs?

“How’d they do that?!” you probably asked to yourself, “… we were just talking about how we knew we would both fail this class…” 🤔

Something was going on behind the scenes that may have been a bit more intense than you thought.

A study routine, maybe?

Now I’m sure you can agree that it can be frustrating when everything makes sense in class, but studying at home results in a downward spiral into the abyss of confusion.

But home is where the math-gic happens!

How can you make your math study sessions effective, progressive and, dare I say, enjoyable? Apply the five keys I’ve outlined for you below and download your KOG Math Notes-to-Study Binder Sheets to get you math-confident, organized, and studying better.

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