This post is intended to help the student who is willing to put time and effort into succeeding in a college calculus class.
Part One: How to Study
The first thing to remember is that most students will have to study outside of class in order to learn the material. There are those who pick things up right away, but these students tend to be the rare exception.
Think of it this way: suppose you want to learn to play the piano. A teacher can help show you how to play it and provide a practice schedule. But you won’t be any good if you don’t practice.
Suppose you want to run a marathon. A coach can help you with running form, provide workout schedules and provide feedback. But if you don’t run those workouts, you won’t build up the necessary speed and endurance for success.
The same principle applies…
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