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Calculus Help Tips

1. Do Not Get Flustered

While trying to solve problems in calculus, it is very easy to get flustered. It is very easy to get distracted from the work at hand. The fact that calculus takes more than one try to perfect does not go down well with the students. It is very important to stick to the problem at hand, and try and finish it irrespective of how hard it could get.


2. Ask For Help If Needed Calculus can prove to be a challenge to a lot of students. Hence, if you find it difficult to figure out how to solve the problems in calculus, then it is best if you try and find someone who can help you. There is no shame in asking for help from someone who knows calculus well. If possible, try and get help from the person who is teaching you calculus.

3. Memorise Formulae It seems like the list of formulae being used in calculus is never ending. There is a simple way of tackling this as well. If you try to memorise all the formulae in a single day, then it get very hard to do so. However, if you try to memorise the formulae as and when they are being taught, then it doesn’t seem like such a big burden. Write down all the formulae once every day, and in no time you would’ve learnt all of them.


4. Revise As Many Times As Possible It is quite common for students to forget the topics that were previously taught when they learn new ones. Hence, it is important to revise the old topics at least once a week, preferably during the weekend. Every weekend one can revise all the topics that have been taught to him/her. This will help in mastering all the topics in calculus.

5. Form A Study Group You can get together some of your classmates, or friends and try to solve the calculus problems together. There is a possibility that each of you may solve the same problem in different ways. Hence, you are exposed to different ways of solving the problem and this will help you choose the method that you think is the easiest among all.

6. Develop A Study Strategy According to developing a study strategy will help you become confident, and hence, successful in calculus. Dedicate a few hours for tackling the problems in calculus. This will ensure that you do not do any last-minute cramming. In fact cramming everything at the very end or pulling all-nighters do not help in excelling in your exams at all.


When practiced on a daily basis, one understands the concept, and hence, calculus begins to seem very easy. If you take a systematic approach towards learning calculus, then understanding all the different types of problems in calculus is not difficult at all. Practice very well, and you will be good to go.

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