I finished Middle-School Math about 2 years ago. Why am I reviewing it? 2 years ago, I finished what should have taken 3 years in a few months. My learning strategy is to learn it quickly, but I’ll forget about it really fast, and when that happens, I’ll learn it again, faster than the last time. After reviewing it 1-3 times, I would have finally learned it. So after 2 years, I got out of my textbooks again and started learning.
Doing it again
Last time, I didn’t a lot of exercises, I was lazy and didn’t do them, so when I did the test, I did pretty bad. I decided I’m not making the same mistakes this time around, but the exercises became harder and harder, and my laziness began to take over. But I’ve improved from these 2 years, and I realized it pretty quickly and put an end to that. Even though I’ve forgotten 60% of what I learned, relearning was a lot faster than the first time, so my strategy was working! I did the tests a couple of times and got 95 points in the end.
I plan on reviewing middle-school math again when I want to start learning high-school Math because having a good foundation is the most important thing.