Ensure you have a solid grasp of basic concepts before moving on to more complex topics.

Mathematics is a subject that improves with practice. Practice it  regularly.

Learn various methods and techniques for solving problems. 

Engage with the material actively by taking notes, asking questions, and discussing problems with peers or instructors.

Allocate specific times for studying mathematics and stick to this schedule.

Use textbooks, online courses, videos, and tutorials to get different perspectives on the same topic.

Go through worked examples in textbooks or online resources to understand the step-by-step process of solving problems.

Solve previous exam papers to get a feel for the types of questions that are likely to be asked.

Write out all steps when solving problems, especially when practicing.

Focus on understanding why a particular method or solution works, not just how to do it.

Never hesitate to ask for clarification if you don’t understand something.

Tools like graphing calculators, software (e.g., MATLAB, Mathematica), and apps can aid in understanding complex concepts and visualizing problems.

Regularly review what you have learned to reinforce your memory.