Exam Advice
On the one hand, taking maths exam is like sitting any other exam. On the other hand, maths is a very precise and logical subject, and hence the expectation of you to produce accurate results that make sense. The advice below is intended to help you achieve this.

 Solve all the homework problems well before the exams. Learning happens over time not overnight!
 In an exam, read questions properly and understand what you are asked to do.
 Upon solving a problem be sure to check
(a) if you have fully answered the question;
(b) whether your answer makes sense.
 If your answer doesn’t make sense (e.g. you find that Mary’s height is 5 metres or a table’s length is –90 cm), at the very least state that the answer is wrong. Try to find the error and correct it.
 Where there is time, check your solutions for accuracy. With equations you can check your solution by substitution.
