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Math anxiety is a term given to the experience some students have when faced with math. It is often due to their perceptions of math problems and math professorsit does not mean being mentally incapable of doing math! It merely states that the student reacts to situations involving math with a high level of anxiety that interferes with the ability to concentrate on anything at that moment, especially math.
Math anxiety has no instant cure. It takes a commitment and perseverance because it is personally difficult. The result of such a commitment is very rewarding and can lead to confidence in other areas of study as well.
The following helpful suggestions are meant to help you cope with and possibly overcome your anxieties around math:
Talk with your professor in the first week of the course and let them known how math affects you. Professors would not be teaching if they did not want students to have a productive learning experience, and as a result they will often be accommodating for students demonstrating good effort even if they dont feel as comfortable with math as others.
If possible, look over your homework immediately after the days lecture when the concepts discussed in class are still fresh in your mind. The key to success in math is constant, efficient practice; studying one hour for five days is better than studying for five hours one day!
Before you do any other homework in the evening, start on your math assignment. This will keep you from procrastinating. If you dont have daily assignments, break your homework into daily portions in order to get into a routine of doing math every day.
Lower your stress level when doing math. Dont expect perfection on all of your problems, and dont quit after trying a problem only once. Understanding that there will be problems we cant solvebut should attempt with sincere effortis vital to success in math.
Math doesnt have to be a one-on-one battle; all of the previous suggestions can (and should!) be followed by groups as well. Set up a small study group of two or three students of varying abilities to work on homework together, or go ask the professor questions during their office hours.
Take notes and ask questions! Even if you dont quite understand a concept, writing it down will help you in remembering it, and also ensure that you have it to review later with other classmates or your professor.
Always remember that you have available resources such as your math professor, tutoring at the Learning Center, and the Math Lab.
Seattle University Leaning Center
206.296.5740
learningcenter@seattleu.edu
www.seattleu.edu/SAS/LearningAssistance
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