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How to Study for Math: Using Concrete Examples

Do you need help studying for your math class? Try using concrete examples.

Concrete examples are specific examples that correlate with your class learning objectives. They can help create strong connections between abstract material and your current understanding. Concrete examples can be found in your class lectures, class materials, and from your peers. The most beneficial examples are those that you can create and find in your daily life.

Try using concrete examples the next time

you study to solidify your understanding and better recall information for exams.

See this link for more information and an example of this study method works.