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Aristotle wrote, "Well begun is half done." This is especially true for anyone struggling with learning math. Math is a different kind of subject from all the rest and requires that you understand the differences. If you don't, you will give up too soon and never master math. If you know the secret strategy and apply it from the beginning, you stand a better chance of developing good habits and a good approach to learning math right from the beginning.

This short text (2,230 words) draws upon the author's experiences of over 30 years of teaching and tutoring mathematics and addresses a critical concept of learning math that appears simple but is quite profound.

Learn the secret strategy--it's really simple but most people don't know it--and increase your chances of succeeding at math.

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    Drs. Ing.

    The title of this book is a bit deceiving. Where I had expected some mathematics specific advise it came out with common sense recommendations such as "do not give up", "spend more time on math than you expected to do" and similar. Maybe that other books of this author offer what I expected.

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    This book has nothing to do with Math. Its message is to stay in your math classes to achieve success. Save your money.

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