the right approach to math
Some people think that mathematics is a difficult subject; however, if you know the effective ways I am sure that it will become easier and easier. First of all, you must practice mathematics as much as you can. Doing it day by day will help you improve a lot. Secondly, do not forget to be patient. It is the most important thing you need. When you have a complicated task, do not give up, just calm down, have a deep breath or take a rest and then do it again. Finally, make sure that you have someone to check out your mistakes. Maybe you can learn from them. It is helpful. I believe that you will find it simple to study mathematics whether you follow those steps.
Hi! It is quite an amusing paragraph, however, I'd make a bit more complex sentences rather than simple ones. For example:
Secondly, do not forget ... = Secondly, the most important thing you need is being patient enough.
Maybe you can learn ... = Learning from others may be very helpful.
Main, don't forget that when you are discussing two connected ideas in one sentence, you must use a comma after the transitional phrase. Therefore the following presentation required the use of a comma:
... however, if you know the effective ways , I am sure that it will become easier and easier...
You have a few difficulties with punctuation use in this essay. When indicating a series of connected information, please remember to use an Oxford comma whenever you present a list more than 3 references long. Thus:
When you have a complicated task, do not give up, just calm down, have a deep breath, or take a rest and then do it again.
The essay is simple enough for a beginner to present. The thought process is clear. You come across as someone who is truly wanting to help his reader. Your work is relatively error free save for the oversights that I saw. These errors were made due to some grammar rules that you either do not know about or forgot to apply in the essay.
it is a quite clear paragraph, maybe you could add some words to make the whole process cohesive. Like when doing exercise/ after exercise.