Start from the Beginning: Generally, mathematic books are written in a systematic manner, wherein each chapter forms the base for further advanced chapters. So, do not jump to any chapter. Consider going through chapters in a serial order. Again, do not jump to solving the practice problems. Instead, read the instructions and examples given before the section of the problems. You will get to learn many things and ways needed to solve the practice problems. It is no wonder that you face problem while practicing the problems. Note down your doubts, queries, and the problems you find difficult to solve. Clear down these things from your teacher or online tutorials.
Practice Again and Again â€“ Mathematics is a subject which you do not need to study but practice. This is because; you cannot solve a problem by only knowing the formula but with practice to apply your brain and solve it. So, practice as much as you can. Aim to revise the entire syllabus for mathematics at least three times before its exam. I know, for some of you it is an unrealistic target. Still, do give it a shot. The result will be amazing.
Since most of the students have a phobia for mathematic, they either spend little time or too much time on the subject. Both the ways are not going to be fruitful to you as a student. You need to devote only the required number of hours to this subject. This would help you prepare not only well for mathematics but also for other subjects. So, make a nice time table and devote some hours to mathematics everyday.