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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I am kind of bummed today because I got my finals result for calculus 2 and ended up getting an A- .Truth to be told it was the best Math course I have taken so far and the professor was outstanding. Its just that I am always hanging in the 90-92 range not just for math but for physics and chemistry as well. I always tend to make these silly arithmetic errors which end up costing me points. What can I do to avoid this. Also there are some amazing people on this board. Can some of you who achieved outstanding grades in undergraduate give me any advice on how to refine my studying habits for math and physical sciences. I would greatly appreciate it. Oh! btw in precalculus I got a B, in Calculus 1 B and now A- in Calculus 2.