Hey, students are you fed-up solving mathematics? And yet could not secure satisfactory marks?

Do not worry! Here I am discussing on such problems. There are ways to masteries math. Are you curious to know what those are? Here we go.

We all know that practice makes a man perfect. So it is clear, that improvement in mathematics is desired, which can be gained by practice only. Practicing will help students learn some basic mental math strategies like adding and subtracting manually.

Getting a clear conception in Math will not only be helpful in securing good marks in school tests, colleges but even beyond that, in real life too. Itâ€™s the key to open many other career options. Whether it be humanities or science or computer, even music and arts every little subject is aided with math. A studentâ€™s efficiency in Math enhances with age more specifically with mental maturity. The more you practice, the sooner you will achieve it.

So by now this is clear that math canâ€™t be avoided anymore. Keeping all the problems in mind, I have compiled some actions that will help unfold your problems:

**Start with the basics first-**

Start solving with the basics initially. Those might be the primary part, but until you are compatible with those basics, you canâ€™t join the run. Keep a clear view of what you are learning today and revise chapters frequently. Calculate the basics like addition, subtraction, multiplication, division mentally. That will help save time in the long run.

**Use pen and paper for practicing â€“**

Yes, this might sound too old and boring. But trust me, it is the most helpful way to avoid silly mistakes and solve problems. Some of you must be trying mental math, but thatâ€™s not going to help. Once you write down your problem and start solving it step by step, break the sum into small parts automatically you will understand the whole matter like a miracle happening.

**Face the critical problems once before losing hope**–

Never in the beginning. Do not avoid or skip the terrible ones. Try to solve them at the end. Read the sum several times and try to understand. The way I said earlier, write down the question in a paper, try to understand and then solve the problem step by step without losing hope. Patience is a must have thing required in this case.

**Practice will make you perfect-**

Every single person on the planet is aware of this. Whenever you are free, bring your copy and start solving few sums. No donâ€™t freak out, I am not telling you to replace your trip with math book and copy. But other than that anytime within your study schedule. What I mean is a lot at least an hour or two regularly for practicing math. But it’s not just practicing it needs a perfect practice.

**Do not rush or get nervous-**

Math isnâ€™t a great giant to be afraid of. There is nothing to be nervous at it. Keep yourself calm and try to understand the sum and then solve it. Rushing to solve a problem will maximize errors. Even if these things do not work on you, try meditation. This might help. Avoiding math will not help you to conquer fear.

**Try to discover rules of your own-**

Consider math as fun. Solve varieties of sums in your own way. Explore new methods for solving problems, new rules. Show it to your respective guides. Their appreciation will encourage you to find more new ways. Such techniques will invite students genuine desire, interest to do some more.

**Motivation-**

This is an advisory note to all parents and teacher concerned. Motivate your child or student in solving sums enthusiastically and not to be afraid of it. Make them realize that math can be fun. Give them puzzles, games to solve. Students must feel comfortable with math. Often students react to some unsolved problems as a challenge. Guardians must be careful about their kids as in some cases failing to fulfill the challenge might lead to some uninvited problems.

**Make a plan for the day-**

So if your exams are knocking the door. Never plan to spend a full day with math. That will get you feel ridiculous. Just keep a casual approach towards math, take breaks. Do not over strain your brain. If you feel tired and sick of math, go out for a walk or watch your favorite movie. Do not over strain your brain, train it with patience. You will observe the development with time. Remember Rome was not built in a day!

**Keep your copy neat and clean-**

Itâ€™s not just in math but also in other subjects. Being neat and clean with your work even in your rough copy will help you understand later. Also, it will assist the teacher understand your solve line by line and bring home good grades. Experts suggest to solve sums with pencil first, then use pen once you confirm your solution.

**Help your friend to explain doubts-**

This one might sound absurd. You might be thinking that how can this social work even help, right? But trust me this gonna help. If any friend of your ask for your help. Donâ€™t think of avoiding. Go! Grab the offer. Try to make your friend understand whatever you have studied. If you fail you need to work hard, know more on the topic. If u pass, U have done it. Wow!

Itâ€™s not just me, even the 10 Best Education Systems Worldwide also shares the same views as I do.

Feel free. Do not get nervous. Solve! Practice sums from test papers. Be clear with the concept. If you have doubts, make it clear from your teacher. Never think of mugging up math. When you are starting a sum does not run behind the answer, try solving the sum itself step by step and answer will follow you. Another last funny fact I must not forget to share with you all. Never ever try to solve math at late night. Many of the students though prefer studying till late, but not math. To me, math is scary at night. However hard I used to solve problems at late night I ended up with snores of my own. Funny, isnâ€™t it? But itâ€™s so damn true. For me, math is to be solved my fresh mind, far away from the hustles and bustles of life!

By now it is clear to you, and you know what to do, what not to. Guided you in all possible ways. Keep all little things in mind and just move on. What more? Let the fun begin!