I am pretty close to finishing my undergrad degree in math, and I am really starting to realize as my classes get more demanding, conceptual, loaded, whatever, that the style in which I have cultivated studying is not going to keep working. I very, very rarely read the texts. I realize this isn't a good thing. I have done a lot of applied math in my undergrad, but not a lot of pure, and I think that's where I am finding the trouble starting. How do I condition myself out of looking at solutions or finding ultra-similar problems and replacing things? Really I would call what I do as backward studying. I've never really been in a situation where I approached a question being honest with myself that I wasn't going to just fly for the solution, and I haven't conditioned myself to the whole "problem solving" cycle where you review theorem/definition, find an approach, try question etc. Any tips?