Published at Wednesday, 06 March 2019. Addition. By Maurine Brindamour.
You can also belong to a study group. You can get sufficient help from your study group. You must be sure people in your study group have like minds as yourself. They must be students you know are capable of helping whenever you need help. It is of no use belonging to a study group where most of the students are below average. At least in a study group of six for example, four of the students must be above average.
The syllabus / scheme of work present you the domain where you're to reside at a point in time in your academic life. You may move out of this domain when you must have understood all the topics in your present domain. Secondly, the syllabus / scheme of work give you the opportunity to look at a glance those topics that are given you problems and which you may require help. You're to tick any topic that you have understood the concept and also that you can easily be examined on. You're also required to note those you're still struggling to grasp.
If your 4th, 5th, 6th, or 7th grade child is making poor grades in math, you may be able to help him or her. A little (20 minutes-two or three times a week) effort to find and correct deficiencies can pay off in a happier, more confident child and much less frustration in the household. Perhaps you lack the confidence to work with your child. Sometimes a brother, sister, grandparent or friend can serve as tutor. But if you do it yourself, you may surprised at your own math improvement as you proceed!
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