2 Answers

  1. Grab your books and catch up. Google it and choose the ones that you can understand. A tutor is a good option, but it's a bad habit to need someone else's help every time you need to master something.

    From myself, I can recommend the “Algebra” of Gelfand, Shen. It starts with the basics and covers most of the topics of school algebra, while you will be able to taste real mathematics and not have to solve a lot of monotonous stultifying examples.

  2. I advise you to contact a tutor.�

    I studied with a tutor and this is 10 times more effective than school lessons.

    For a month, I understood the school course well.

    Then, at the university, I needed a terver and matstat, ten classes, and I understood everything

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