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Posted almost 7 years ago

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Ok, I know school's not quite in session yet, but I need help with math. I just want some tips to stay on top of things. I have a math teacher that just hands out the assignments without good explantion. He says talk it out at your table when you ask him for help, and when you tell him the whole table needs help he says you'll figure it out on your own. Then, he accuses students of not asking question or not asking fro help but we do, but he rejects us everytime. Anyway, back on topic, I struggle with math now, and almost had a C last year. Any tips on how to get back to an A+?

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Posted almost 7 years ago

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I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE A MATH TEACHER LIKE THAT

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Posted almost 7 years ago

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ewwwww! lol i hate math! sorry girrlly cant help ya....i dont suck at it, but im not the BEST... im just average. i went to math camp this summer, just so i could see what is coming for me on my first year in middle school, and to get a little caught up... i all confused me SO much!! soooooo, YEAH!

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Posted almost 7 years ago

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Why would you want a math teacher like that? Almost everyone in my class failed because of him.

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Posted almost 7 years ago

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Ask the teacher after school for help, tutoring and/ or study like mad. I almost failed last year, but i asked for help and made it through sixth grade.

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Posted almost 7 years ago

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If you can't rely on him, go to your math textbooks. Find out what he's going to teach next, and then study for it through your textbooks or your computer. If you take down notes on any explaination he says, then you will most likely pass. Passing on your own resources will prepare for high school, which I hear some teachers can be very similiar to that. And if you don't want to even glance at your textbook, you will probably fail. It that can't explain it, go to YT or the Internet

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Posted almost 7 years ago

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I never said that I didn't look at my textbooks. And I do, I always look for the information I need to help me, but those aren't the best books there are. They're bascially books, like the ones they make in the stores for people to buy and do yourself. I take notes and do the best I can, but he isn't exactly an explainer. So, you don't get a lot from him.

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Posted over 6 years ago

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well all i can say is don't be afarid to fail it is not your fault if yout teacher won't help you it is his fault and ask your headteacher or princapel if you can move math classes and i know this is off topic but if you need make up tips vist my profile


Posted over 6 years ago

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"buddy supmodel" wrote:

well all i can say is don't be afarid to fail it is not your fault if yout teacher won't help you it is his fault and ask your headteacher or princapel if you can move math classes and i know this is off topic but if you need make up tips vist my profile


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ummm what is 0+0= ????


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