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Sunday, February 28, 2010

How to Prepare For Math



When you are comparing math programs, success in the upper grades depends a lot on getting good support. A good video tutorial can often make the difference between success and failure for upper level home-school math.

Once your child gets older, it is very important to make sure the video is a good fit with the student - even more important than if the video is a good fit for you, the teacher. Because at some point, your goal is for your student to be self-teaching in math.

Download Drill of National Exam 2010 - Math

Download Drill of Math - UN SMA 2010
(equipped with a complete solution)




Download Drill of Math - UN MA 2010
(equipped with a complete solution)


Download Drill of Math - UN SMK 2010
(equipped with a complete solution)





Download Drill of Math - UN SMP / MTs 2010
(equipped with a complete solution)


Download Drill of Math - UASBN SD / MI 2010
(equipped with a complete solution)


Preparation for the SAT will involve
1) getting far enough into math in general and 2) practicing using SAT practice tests. The SAT does have trick questions and a penalty for guessing, so a high score has as much to do with understanding the test inside and out, as it does with knowledge.
Following them into each subject can allow them to soak up learning without all the negatives.
Children sometimes learn faster and other times slower - but never at a steady pace. If you are unsure where your kids are in math, it is sometimes a good idea to give them the end of chapter test first, and then work that chapter at a normal pace if they don't already know the material. Don't waste your time teaching your kids what they already know.

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