š Being naturally skilled at math doesn't equate to intelligence.

š Struggling with math is common, even for those who eventually excel in the subject.

š¢ Choosing the right path and approach to studying math can make a significant difference.

š Struggling with math in high school, I hated the subject and found it difficult to understand.

š§ I successfully transformed my math skills by studying hard, using my notes and textbooks to figure out difficult problems.

š„° Now, I not only excel at math but also enjoy and love the subject.

š” Taking the time to mentally walk through a math problem before attempting to solve it can help avoid getting stuck.

š If unsure about how to solve a problem or anticipate getting stuck, it is advised to refer to the answer key for guidance and understanding.

āļø After studying the answer key, attempt to solve the problem independently, applying the knowledge gained from the key. Repeat the process if necessary.

āØ Answer the question again independently to trigger positive feelings and a sense of accomplishment.

ā±ļø Save time by focusing on learning the answer key instead of struggling to solve the question.

š Writing solutions completely on your own leads to a comprehensive understanding of problem-solving.

š Math can be challenging because unlike other subjects, it has technical barriers that require a deep understanding of fundamental concepts.

š When learning math, it's important to not only grasp the topic itself but also the underlying concepts it is built upon.

š¤ Sometimes, it can be difficult to follow the teacher's explanation in math class, leading to feelings of confusion and being left behind.

š Missing foundational knowledge can hinder understanding.

š§© Build a network of knowledge by connecting concepts and paths.

š Find practice problem sets with thorough answer keys.

ā Practicing math consistently and doing extra problem sets can help improve understanding and mastery of the subject.

š Dedicating extra time and effort to math can lead to catching up on missed material and becoming a top student in the class.

š§ By consistently practicing math, your mind will start to think differently and you will no longer struggle or dislike the subject.