I**t is not surprising that for students at all levels, Math is at the top of the rankings in terms of “hardship.” However, have you ever wondered, what in this subject makes it so difficult?**

Dictionary.com Dictionary defines the word ” difficult ” as “not easy or [makes most people feel] not ready for implementation; requires a lot of labor, skills or plans to be made success.”

This definition raises the crux of the problem of mathematics, namely the proposition ” a difficult task is a task [that people] don’t feel ready to do .” One of the elements of Math makes it difficult for many students because this subject requires patience and persistence. For many students, mathematics is not something that comes from intuition or human capital – on the contrary, this subject needs a lot of effort. In many cases, Math needs students; students must spend a lot of time and effort on it.

This means that, for many people, the key to solving a problem is not in the power of the human brain, but in the ability to maintain that power for a long time until finished. And since many students cannot allocate time reasonably to preserve the source of brain power until the problem is solved, they often lack time when the teacher has moved on to another topic.

**Mathematics and forms of human brain**

However, when looking at the panorama, many scientists think that there is an essential factor to influence, which is the form of the brain. There will always be conflicting notions of any problem, and the process of human learning is also one of the controversial topics. Many theorists believe that people are equipped with reading skills to understand different mathematical knowledge.

According to some scholars on neuroscience, those who are prone to logical thinking (with left-handed brain development) tend to understand the problem in specific pieces of information sequentially, while those who In the “artist” style, more intuitive (the right brain is more developed) will be able to perceive the problem on a large scale, more panoramic. They receive a lot of information at the same time and let them sink until they need it. Therefore, students who **are left-brained** will be able to acquire concepts very quickly, while students are **biased towards the right brain** — not doing so. The right-minded group of students will find it difficult to receive the following sequences of information, so they often feel confused and seem to be “left behind” when listening to the lecture. Class.

But in working classes and having too many students – there is no time to “wait” for such students. And so we are forced to continue the lecture, even if the students understand the lesson and are ready to keep listening.

**Math is a cumulative process.**

Mathematics is one of the subjects that requires accumulation, like a stack of bricks. You must understand and understand a problem before you can move on to other higher, more complex issues. The first blocks of mathematical knowledge we accumulated from elementary school when we started the first lessons on the rule of addition and subtraction of division, and those early concepts contributed to the formation of the foundation — our knowledge base.

The next blocks of knowledge we receive are in high school when we start learning about formulas and operations. This information will gradually sink and become a sustainable platform for students to continue to expand their knowledge framework in the future.

The big problem started at the time **between middle school and high school** because students often had to go to class or step into a new subject, a new piece of knowledge before they felt ready. Students with average grades in middle school can only understand and receive about half of the education they should have obtained, but then they accept to skip and move on to the next lesson according to them. Most students continue, continuing to do so because of one of the following reasons:

- 1. They think
**the average score**is excellent too. - 2. Parents do not understand that
**continuing to study without**fully**understanding**the nature of the problem**makes it more difficult for students**to keep to higher education such as high school and college. - 3. Nowadays Teachers don’t have enough time and energy to ensure that all students understand and fully understand all issues.

Therefore, many students continue to study at higher levels, but the foundation of knowledge is unstable. And the consequences of this will make students very limited when they enter the phase of self-study and creativity – and most likely **lead to severe failures in the future.**

So what is the lesson here? Any student with a GPA needs to invest a lot of revision to make sure that you understand all the concepts that will need to be used in the future. These students should look to tutors or tutors to help them review whenever they encounter problems with Math!

**How to make math less “difficult”?**

We have gathered some “exciting facts” about the “hardship” of Mathematics, specifically as follows:

- Math is complicated because it requires students to spend a lot of time and effort to research and learn.
- Many students do not have enough time to really “absorb” mathematical knowledge, so they are quickly left behind when teachers move on to other problems.
- Many students “click” for passing to learn more complex mathematical concepts even when the fundamental knowledge base is not stable.
- With that unstable foundation, we can fail at any time.

Although the information seems to be all bad news, it is, in fact, good news for parents. It is not difficult to overcome these problems – as long as we have enough patience!

No matter what your child’s level of math is, your child can still succeed if he or she returns to **reinforce the knowledge base** fully. You need to help me fill the gaps of knowledge by deep understanding, understanding the basic concepts that I have encountered from junior high school math.

- If your child is in middle school, then don’t try to force him to continue if he still does not know the most basic algebraic concepts. Don’t be afraid to find a tutor to help if needed.
- If your child is in high school and still has problems with Math, look for junior high school math programs to study or hire a tutor. Make sure he understands all the most basic concepts taught since middle school.
- If your child is in college, now is self-sufficient, then advise him to go back to all the basic math knowledge and start over from there. Your child can skim and recall the amount of learning in a few years in just 1 to 2 weeks.

Where your child’s starting point is or is not a problem at all, it is essential that parents and students themselves find weaknesses and quickly improve it by practicing a lot!