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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #34024: Mistakes and math
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    It is easy to tell why some students do porly while others do well in math in my class. In most Japanease classrooms, exam questions are taked right out of the textbook . In my class, about 90 percent of exams questions are the same as those in the textbook. I rank the questions in order of increasing difficulty so that my class as a whole can scores at least an average of about 55 points. A student is bad at math if he can sort only 20 or 30 percent of the problems. To have such a score when about 90 percent of my problems can only indicate lock of perseverance on the students ' part. All my colleagues have the same opinion. Then, what does one have to do to mastering such technical skills to get a high exam score? too things : first, paing a greet deal of attention in class, and secondly, preparing for and reviewing materials covered in class daily either at home or at a private class, or preferably at both. Mathematics is accessible to all those who work hard. Mathematics shouldn ' t scare students off!

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