When I do tests in Math I always seem to make one or two mistakes. This is sometimes because I failed to memorize something properly, but not often. I always understand the concepts. My main problem is what many people would call "silly mistakes". I always seem to do something that prevents me from getting the 100% or even sometimes, the over 95% that I want. For example: Today on a probability quiz I got 9.5/10. I lost .5 because I multipled 15 and 15 instead of 15 and 16. I had even wrote down 16 and 15 on the page as denominators. Also, on an Alegebra quiz I messed up somewhere and correctly found all the restrictions but I failed to result in getting an answer of -1. I took a longer route which might've been part of the problem. Anyway has anyone dealt with the problem of "silly mistakes", any suggestions? Thanks.