This is something that would have made me a successful math student waaay faster.
I wasn’t a math guy in high school. My math score was only as high as I could count. Low I tell you. LOWWW. (Yes… that is partially a joke. But it was pretty embarrassing some semesters.)
Eventually, mostly through stubbornly difficult work, I was able to improve the grade.
And naturally, years later, when I know longer needed to be so skilled in math… I learned how to get really good at math. After learning it, I was able to train myself into feeling more like I had a natural gift for mathematics.
And that’s why I dare call it – a weapon of math destruction.
This is dedicated to all you technical students reading Smart Student Secrets. Active recall isn’t just for memorizing long lists anymore.
And a special thanks to Eduardo for the idea of this article. This doesn’t hit every point Eduardo recommended but I didn’t want to create a 2 hour read. I’m going to add more over the next few weeks.
I’d love to hear what you all think!
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