Math is learned by doing problems. The problems help you
learn the formulas and techniques you do need to know, as well as improve
your problem-solving skills.
Form a study group in your school or with your friends.
Meet once or twice a week Go over problems you've had trouble with. Either
someone else in the group will help you, or you will discover you're all
stuck on the same problems. Then it's time to get help from your Teacher.
Write formulas on cards or on white sheet and put on wall
above your study table. Read these formulas daily, this way you can easily
remember all formulas.
Always review previous sections you have already covered
each day. Reviewing daily take much lesser time than coming back to covered
section after a month or weeks.
After you solve mathematical problem, have your teacher
or someone else check the steps you followed to solve the problem.
Practice as much as possible, just watching the teacher
do the problem, does not develop your ability to solve the problem.
Always stick to only one particular book, do not go after
number of books.