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Math is taught in a very specific sequence. If you miss one or more classes, be sure to ask your teacher or other students for help with what you missed. Otherwise, it will be hard for you to catch up.

 
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Free teaching tip A key to success in the classroom is to gain and hold your students' respect. Here are some ways you can do this. Know your subject matter. If you don't, your students will rightfully question if they can learn anything from you. A thorough knowle ... Another free teaching tip Cheating on tests is an increasing issue in schools at all levels. Here are some things you can do to minimize this problem. ...
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Free Study Tip You have to study in a silent place, but don't study among sleeping people. If you do, you will get sleepy too. Whenever you study a book, don't just concentrate on your book and think you are out of the world. Relate what you are reading to the real world.
 
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Another free Study Tip I read the information, then I write it, and then I teach it to someone else. This has always worked for me.
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A random study tip submitted by one of our visitors To have success in studying, you should have a time management plan. That means that every thing must have its particular time. Then it becomes a habit.
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