# A level / college level maths

#1
16 November, 2016 - 12:48

#### A level / college level maths

Hello friends

I recently got accepted to do an engineering degree, however I need to pass My A level maths Exam I have to pour 2 years of work in about 6 months.

I am struggling so if anyone has any techniques for math I would be grateful.

Could you post a few specific examples of things that you're trying to memorize? Then we could help brainstorm a way to memorize the info.

ill give you a few examples lets say the cosine rule a"2 = b"2 +c"2 -2bc cos a

the series rule SN=A(1-Rn) divided by (1-R )

and the sigma squared series n2(n+1)2 divided by 2

its very hard to have a symbol for each letter and placing them on a journey is proving to be difficult.

Many Thanks for your help

now see i'm new to this forum and i do things differently from most. but for memorizing my engineering formulas. I imagine my loci and then i just imagine taking a sharpie and writing the formula on the loci. i memorized a chart of calculus formulas in a surprisingly short amount of time. it saves you from having to try to make images. but this is how i memorize numbers so its easier for me, i don't use a pao yet. haven't memorized my pao system. So im just used to raw data.