I found learning maths tough at first, but after working hard,I eventually became good at it.(a)I found some mathermatical formulas confusing.I intend to verify anything that I don't understand with my maths teacher(b)
I used to suck at Maths, at p4 i never got an A. But after hard work and practice, I have been get over 80/100
(a) I used to hate maths when I was primary 1 cause I found that the workings are tough. But when I got an A in primary 2, I was motivated and I started to love Maths. (b) Sometimes the methods used by the teacher to teach made me confused or the question thats given need a tedious working to solve it and I might get lost in the midst of my teacher's explanation.
a) I use to hate Maths, but after sometime I began to like Maths again! When I got 80 and above for a test, I got motivated and now, I like Maths!b) The challenging part is when I could not understand what the teacher was explaining and requested her to repeat again, but I still could not understand. I tried to overcome it by listening carefully and doing my revision first
(a)I have always liked Maths and I find it a breather after taking some other hard subjects.(b)I never had any challenges with the subject, but I think I have one, it's that I've always been careless, this year I can try to be careful.
(A)I manage to get A* fo my psle maths(B)There are too many fomulas in one topic, I would try to slowly understand the fomulas
(a) I got A* for my maths in PSLE.(b) I always have carless mistakes. I will try to check thoroughly before submitting on.
(A) i managed to get a(B) now that i think of it, i think that algebra was the hardest as i had to get used to it as i had not known that algebra was algebra and thus was not prepared for it(dsa)
A: I got an A* for my Maths in PSLE.B: I used to find that sometimes maths can be very complicating, so I want to learn to overcome this problem by learning to understand it.
I got an A* for my mathsI use to find maths a little annoying as they needed many steps but when i started to get better results I found that it was a subject i like
1: I managed to get good marks for my prelims and PSLE.2:I find some methods in solving problems sums confusing. I think I can read more on the subject and find new ways to solve the problem sums
1. I was able to solve more maths problems2. I feel that some of the sums were difficult, but I will be exposed to more problems so that there will be variety
a) i have been able to solve harder sumsb) it is very hard to remember all the methods and principles but i will be more exposed to more challenges
This comment has been removed by the author.
i been in the top 10 for math in class ever since p2(a)i was bad in some sums and had my teacher help me in p6(b)
a. I have gotten A* for PSLEb. I usually careless so I will be more carefull
a) I got 100 for prelim math and an A* for PSLE math.b)Some of the math questions may be tacky so I might either do a guess and check to get the answer and then try to figure out a way to get the answer or if the question is too complicated, I would ask the teacher.
a) I started to dislike maths when the maths standard went higher in 2010. I felt very stress then and my scores fell lower for every examination.In 2011, I started to leave blanks. One day, my teacher found out that I left a blank, so she asked me to sit at the front of the class and solve the problem. Finally, I solve that math question, I was elated.b)I have no challenges.
I have never done very well in maths until in primary 5 when I had a great teacher who help me improve my maths and overcome my difficulties like fractions
(a)i used to hate maths when i was primary 1 but eventually as i grew up i started to love maths as its was challenging and every time i got it wrong it makes me want to try even harder thats why i love maths now and i scored an A.(b)some of the challenges that i face in maths was not understanding the formulas or the topic but luckily i have my teachers to seek help from..
(a) I feel very happy when I can successfully complete a difficult maths problem.(b) There are some concepts that I find difficult to understand. I can ask my teacher for help.