At some point in school, nearly every single student will hit a point where math becomes very difficult for them. Whether it comes in elementary school or university, the way that a student responds to this difficulty and whether they make it through successfully is determined largely by their mindset and their perspectives on math and learning. Some students will experience math anxiety, where the ability to problem solve and manipulate numbers is hindered by an anxiety, either conscious or unconscious. Another problem many have is viewing math ability as innate. Research has found that this perspective has very negative consequences. This page will help you remove the psychological barriers that are preventing you from succeeding in math.

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