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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi

I've recently decided to become a math major, as it's the subject that I've enjoyed the most and had the most exposure to during high school.

During high school, the AP Calc classes and a Calc III course I took at a local CC came to me quite naturally. I just followed along to the lectures, did the homework problems, reviewed my notes before tests and got an A in those classes.

I took linear algebra last semester and am taking topology and differential equations this semester. These classes are more challenging and I can't just read the chapters once or twice, write down formulas, and get started on the problems.

What are some good study habits that you use when you study math?

I've recently decided to become a math major, as it's the subject that I've enjoyed the most and had the most exposure to during high school.

During high school, the AP Calc classes and a Calc III course I took at a local CC came to me quite naturally. I just followed along to the lectures, did the homework problems, reviewed my notes before tests and got an A in those classes.

I took linear algebra last semester and am taking topology and differential equations this semester. These classes are more challenging and I can't just read the chapters once or twice, write down formulas, and get started on the problems.

What are some good study habits that you use when you study math?