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# need help in Maths

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17 Feb 2009, 22:03
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Guys,

How to prepare for Maths? I come across problems and work it out but i forget the logic after a few week when i get to the same problem or same type.I spend more time and sometime arrive at a wrong answer.I read it one of the Forum to work on the know concepts again and again.Yes this is something i can do.Other than this it is useful to create an errorlog of the problem we get wrong or have no idea and view them after 2 to 3 weeks so that we dont forget the logic.

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18 Feb 2009, 19:45
tkarthi4u wrote:
Guys,

How to prepare for Maths? I come across problems and work it out but i forget the logic after a few week when i get to the same problem or same type.I spend more time and sometime arrive at a wrong answer.I read it one of the Forum to work on the know concepts again and again.Yes this is something i can do.Other than this it is useful to create an errorlog of the problem we get wrong or have no idea and view them after 2 to 3 weeks so that we dont forget the logic.

There is no easy and short-cut answer.
1. Seems you need more practice, which for me is the best.
2. Agree with error log concept.
3. Increase the scope and level of difficulty.
4. Do as many problem as possible without making any difference between easy or difficult.
5. Understand the concept.
6. Know and be femilier with gmat type of questions..... and so on.

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Re: need help in Maths   [#permalink] 18 Feb 2009, 19:45
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