Are you an A or B student that wants more time to enjoy life while scoring top-of-the class high – even if you’re a bad test taker?
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!
Every Journey Starts With A Single Step
If there is one thing I’ve learned in life…
It’s that decisions are about risk.
I’m going to tell you some stuff that sounds pretty crazy.
Want to learn:
- Why You Screwed Up In The Past Because Of The Things They Forced You To Do – And What To Do Instead
- How To Get A Top Score (Even If You’re Failing Assignments Now)
- 5 Biggest Reasons Students Get Bummed And Give Up
- How to prepare for a test so well that test day is easier than studying
- Learn to predict what’s on the test with (almost) perfect accuracy
- How to use the most science-backed study strategy to study in a fraction of the time
That’s the kind of stuff we keep bottled up for people that sign up to our email list. Including tons of members-only articles.
Now let’s get back to decisions…
You can take a chance and sign up for this email list… Or you can never take a shot.
What’s the risk here?