I try extremely hard in my math classes, and I do decently in them, but I would really like to do better. I got a B in calc I, B+ in calc II and III, and a B in discrete math, and at this point it's looking like I will get a B or B- (or maybe even a C+) in linear algebra. I always do a lot of practice problems, and I almost always feel comfortable with the material before tests; however, I have NEVER gotten an A on a math exam. Again, almost always in the C+ to B+ range. I was wondering if anyone had some words of wisdom for getting math grades from the B range to the A range (for someone who already studies quite a bit for exams). I have my linear algebra final in two weeks, and I need to crush it. Thanks.