Everyone enjoys a good story. Through storytelling we can learn and it helps us more easily to remember too. Just a short true tale here about how to make time for math or any subject for that matter. When I was in 9th grade in high school I made friends with a fellow classmate who aside from being really good at school was incredibly strong. One day he happened to share his studying and workout methods and I never forgot it. Very simply, he would do a set of repetitions with his weights then while allowing some time for his muscles to recover he would do some math problems or other school work. Then he would go back to his weights, back and forth like that. When he was resting his mind he was working his muscles but when he was working his mind he was resting his muscles. At 14 or 15 years old he was stronger than most any adult and simultaneously at the top of his classes as well. So you don't have to be a fitness fanatic but I'll bet you there is a way to make time to make better progress with your math. Not everyone desires to be a mathematician but a certain proficiency in math is required for most college degree programs so find a way to make it work!
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