Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) 1.
Q. How should I study?
A. We recommend using a pen and a paper to solve questions. However, if you are already good at mathematics, just reading and understanding the concept is suffice. The most important goal of solving a question is to get a concept or an idea. For instance, "Solving an equation for a variable is like working with a balanced scale. The same operation you do to the right must be done to the left to keep the scale balanced." 2.
Q. How often do I need to study at mathqubit.com.
A. As long as you study whenever you feel like to study, that is the best. You should stop studying at mathqubit whenever you feel like to stop. So that you let your natural instinct of learning guide you to learn something in the most efficient and effective manner. 3.
Q. What is your recommendation for how long I should study per day?
A. 30 minutes per day should be enough to maximally learn materials. If you want to study longer, make sure to take a break as people's concentration will not generally last for more than 30 minutes. Do not get burned out. Study at Mathqubit for a long term is the key.
Q. I don't remember what I learned previously. Is it O.K?
A. People forget 60% of what you learn the following day, so it is natural to forget. Make sure each time you learn you undertand the concepts, and if you forget something, just go back to the section. There is nothing to worry about.
Q. What session should I start in a class? A. An important technique of learning is start learning a session whatever you feel like to learn. Never study classes or sessions sequentially as given because you want to study organically that best fit your ability and learning capacity. Always start learning a session that you want to learn for the day.
6. Q. I found some errors. What should I do?
A. Sorry for the inconvenience. Please let us know using our contact us form at this website. However, it is important for students to know that no text books on earth is error free. If a material doesn't make sense to you, check if your logic is wrong or an explanation or answer given is wrong. More often than not, you will find many errors in any books. Trust your logic and understanding ability. Then, move on. Also, never ever afraid of making mistakes. You can only progress if you make mistakes. Mistake is a part of your success. Without it, you cannot succeed in your goals. Embrace your mistakes, and always learn from them.
7. Q. How important for me to know all the materials in Mathqubit?
A. It is not important to know everything in mathqubit.com, the most important thing to learn at Mathqubit is how to think. Always mind the followings whenever you study at Mathqubit.com: "Why does an author give me this question?" "What's the point (significance) of this question?" "Is there a better way to solve this?" "How do I know that answer is correct?" "Where can I use this concept in real life?" "When can I use this concept in real life?", etc... Once you can start asking right questions and find your own answers, we are happy to know that we have helped you achieve your goals. That's why learning at Mathqubit not only helps math but science, liberal arts and other life disciplines.
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