Partner Group Eng Manager at Microsoft
You can get better at math by following two paths: understanding the concepts very well, and practice applying them to problems to hone your math skills further. The more you practice, the better you become.
For the first path, to understand the concepts very well, you need to branch beyond what's assigned in school. You can look online for resources relevant to your studies, and see different ways people try to explain these concepts. The more you read about these concepts, the more your mental model of them improves.
For the second path, take your understanding, and apply it to solving math problems, either assigned ones, or others that you can think of. Practice makes perfect here, the more you attempt solving problems, the more your understanding of these concepts deepens.
Third you can branch out, and try to learn more on your own. You can look at modern algebra, calculus, differential equations, number theory, etc, whatever grabs your interest. By branching out, you'd discover gaps in your knowledge, and fill them, and get better over time.
Last updated Oct 18 '17 at 18:20