\bf My Advice to a New Math 175 Student:
My Advice to a New Math 175 Student:
When I first started out in MTH 175, I treated it like a normal class.
Observing the first few weeks by doing some of the assignments and
seeing how much I had to do to get by and hopefully get an A or a B. I
did alright, but not as well as I had hoped. So I started doing all
assignments. We learn them in class that day and I would do the
assignment that night. This way you don't fall behind. You can't
select to do only certain assignments because each one builds up to the
next. When I didn't understand things, the teacher goes over questions
at the beginning of class. Also helpful is a couple of days before the
exam to go in during office hours and get any help needed. There is a
tutor room also if needed, so a lot of help is there. To review for
exams you should do the chapter reviews. Each sub-chapter teaches a
things and you use them over and again. In the chapter review it is
the sub-chapters so you must decide which method to use yourself. This
is very helpful in getting ready for the exam. In all if you go to
class, work the problems assigned, ask questions when needed, and use
the chapter reviews to study you should do very well in the class.
Steve, International Business Major
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