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    Sep 21, 2017
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

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    I would definitely recommend this course simply because it gives you further information on math, the teacher was very helpful and thoroughly explained everything. Asking questions is key, it makes things so much easier. This course breaks down how math works, it helps you understand everything from how to solve the problem to understanding what the problem was. Because of this course i learned to love math, and is now my favorite subject in school.

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    What i gained from taking this course is the knowledge to break down math problems that before would have seemed like mission impossible and understand what's going on in order to solve it. This course helped me figure out what math was all about, because of it I mastered my exam and always had good grades in this subject.

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    3-5 hours

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    The key to success is asking questions, don't be shy to ask what's going on, because most likely someone else is wondering the same things. Study tips I would give that helped me is to create visuals with your notes. I'm a visual learner and creating pictures that represented something that I had to learn really helped me understand what the problem was really about. You don't have to be an artist, stick figures work, especially if it's a word problem. It makes oyu imagine the situation and figure out how to solve it.

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