Understand the basic concepts It is important to understand the basic concepts before moving on to more complex details. If you don't understand a basic idea, you will have difficulty understanding the more advanced ideas that flow from it.
Practice regularlyMathematics requires practice to master the concepts. Do exercises and problems regularly to practise solving problems.
Use online resources There are many online resources for studying mathematics, such as video tutorials, practice games and problem sites. They can help you practise and understand the concepts.
Find an effective note-taking system Maths may require calculations and diagrams, use a note-taking system that works for you to organise the information and make it easier to remember.
Ask for help If you have difficulties with a concept or problem, don't hesitate to ask your teachers, fellow students or online tutorials for help.
Use active learning methods It is important to be active in learning mathematics, use active learning techniques such as problem solving, case solving, and group discussions to improve your understanding and recall.
Link concepts with real-life situations Mathematics has many applications in real life. Link the mathematical concepts you learn with real-life situations to make them more relevant and easier to understand.