Math Study Skills Workbook (4th Edition) by Paul D. Nolting

By Paul D. Nolting

This workbook is helping rookies determine their strengths, weaknesses, and private studying styles--and then offers an easy-to-follow approach to extend their good fortune in arithmetic. With worthwhile research suggestions and test-taking innovations, this workbook might help lessen "math anxiety" and support readers turn into greater at learning and studying arithmetic.

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REMEMBER For some students, just writing about their previous math history helps them. 3 REVIEW 1. List and describe five causes of test anxiety. First Cause: Second Cause: Third Cause: Fourth Cause: Fifth Cause: 2. Put into your own words your cause(s) of test anxiety. If you don’t have test anxiety, list what you think is the major cause of test anxiety. © 2011 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. May not be scanned, copied or duplicated, or posted to a publicly accessible website, in whole or in part.

26 Math Study Skills Workbook 2. List three areas you will start improving right now. Area 1: Area 2: Area 3: 3. How will you improve these areas? 5 How to Improve Your Math Knowledge Instructors always operate on the premise that you finished your previous math course just last week; they do not wait for you to catch up on current material. It does not matter if your previous math course was a month ago or 5 years ago. Instructors expect you to know the previous course material—period. Review Your Previous Math Course Material and Tests There are several ways to improve your math knowledge.

It is much easier with support! The Causes of Math Anxiety Since math anxiety is a learned condition, its causes are unique to each student, but they are all rooted in individuals’ past experiences. Bad experiences in elementary school are one of the most common How to Reduce Math Test Anxiety 33 sources of students’ math anxiety: coming in last in math races at the blackboard, watching classmates finish problems twice as fast as they do, teachers saying, “That’s okay, you just aren’t good in math, you are better in English,” and classmates and teachers calling them stupid.

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