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Studying for a math test requires a different approach than does studying for tests in other subjects. In many subjects, such as history for example, memorizing facts and dates is important. While formulas and rules have to be memorized for a math test, the most important thing is to know how to use them. Here are some ideas that will help you prepare well for a math test.  
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Using Abbreviations

 
Teachers talk faster than you can write. This makes it difficult to write in your notes all the important information they say. To help with this problem, you should try to write your notes as quickly as possible. One way to do this is to use abbreviations. Some words have a commonly used abbreviation. For those words that do not, here are three ways to create your own abbreviations.
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Free teaching tip Some students are reluctant to participate in class. It is important to encourage these students to participate. By participating, such students enhance their communication skills while you learn about their understanding and instructional needs. Her ... Another free teaching tip A newspaper can be an inexpensive and valuable teaching tool. Here are some examples of how newspapers can be used across the curriculum. ...
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Free Study Tip You should listen to whatever your teacher says. Write it and then go back and highlight the important details.
 
submitted by Kam Watts
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Los Angeles, California, USA
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Another free Study Tip Effective study is most important. Pay attention to teachers. Don't be tense. Respect your parents. Have self-confidence. Do these things and success will be in your hands!
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