First, thank you to everyone who helped me with stats!
I have five weeks left! I just have to finish one chapter today and then about half of my homework. Then tomorrow the rest of the homework, plus an online quiz. But, as good as my time management is-I get burnt out after five hours-I feel like I'm going about this studying thing all wrong.
I think I'm approaching it like a language arts major. Like, social sciences. Specifically, taking notes on the literature (textbook, power points), instead of a math person. I'm trying to motivate myself to do extra practice problems and create a study guide, but I have no idea where to start. I tend to want to quit if something doesn't come easy to me (but since college, I've been doing that less). If it's not a 15 page paper, to me it's not worth doing. But this is actually important. I need a C or higher to knock out another requirement.
So, please, what are your study tips, especially regarding math? Stats is more figuring out how to do equations to read graphs and summarize them, and that's easy. In theory. I mean, I'm not so scared of it now, but my thing is that it's so tedious and a lot of things to do that I get frustrated.
And it's pretty easy now, and I have every resource I could possibly have. Also, I need to make a list for things I have to study more on, but I have no idea where to start. GT, lets hear it!