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Minimal Math Concepts +

These are the work of Marlon Tenório, who runs a blog called minimalmathconcepts. What he does is take concepts and illustrate them in a exquisite fashion. Check him out! His work is remarkable.

And if you really like his work, you can also buy his goodies on-line here.

Kudos MMC+ on such a good work and all the very best to you mate :)


** When FYP surfaced on Tumblr, we were just another blog. And big giants like space-exploration and mind-blowing-science, were so generous to uplift us. And we are just following the Tumblr tradition :) Cheers!

Hey! 
I’ve gathered a few resources for various subjects so I’d taught I’d share them in one masterpost! I’ll keep adding more resources as I gather more, so don’t worry if a subject you study is left out and feel free to add any resources you may find!

Algebra

Arabic

Art History

Biology

Chemistry

Chinese

Economics

English 

French

Geography

German

Hindi

History

Irish

Italian

Japanese

Korean

Latin

Law

Maths 

Philosophy

Physics

Psychology

Russian

Sociology

Spanish

Tagalog

20 things I’ve found out about studying in the last year:

1) Doing it last minute will not make it “stick in your brain”.

2) Clear room = Clear mind.

3) You will work better if you’re comfortable.

4) Distractions/Multitasking won’t help you.

5) Top knots are essential.

6) Neat desks make everything easier.

7) Google translate doesn’t help with learning languages.

8) Pretending to read the book you we’re supposed to read really doesn’t work.

9) Studyblr’s are REALLY helpful.

10) Write down study tips and read them before studying.

11) Write things that may be wrong in pencil, because you will regret writing it in pen.

12) Using fancy connectives may boost your grades just because they sound great.

13) Having neat notes will make you more likely to revise.

14) Filling the area around your desk with cute quotes will motivate you (or distract you in my case).

15) Doing work with friends is great if you can concentrate, and may actually make you remember what you learnt better.

16) You don’t have to spend the whole night before a test going over notes, do 20 minutes each day a week before the test.

17) You also don’t have to revise all the time, go out and have a break or you will be cramming too much in at once.

18) Making a studying playlist of songs that you find calming will help you concentrate. 

19) Don’t stress - you’re more likely to do better if you’re chilled out during an exam.

20) Study with an open mind or you’re going to hate doing it.


-K