How to Succeed in Math Classes – A helpful .pdf handout containing advice (including study skills and dealing with test anxiety) for pre-calculus level math students. Note: You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to see this file.
Supplemental Instruction – Peer-led supplemental help sessions are available for certain lower level math courses. More Information→
Elementary Statistics STT 1600 Help Room – Peer-led supplemental help sessions for student taking STT 1600 More information→
Mathematics Learning Center (aka the Math Help Room) – Located in Room 031 in the basement of Dunbar Library, the Mathematics Learning Center provides free assistance with the following undergraduate math courses: MTH 1260, MTH 1280, MTH 1310, MTH 1340, MTH 2240, MTH 2280, and MTH 2300. At the present time, the MLC does not offer assistance with statistics courses or Calculus II or III.
Tutoring Services – If you find you need more assistance with MTH, MTE or STT courses, Tutoring Services in 032 Dunbar Library will help you find a tutor. Unlike the Mathematics Learning Center, there is a charge for tutoring (though exceptions are possible in certain situations).
Faculty Office Hours – Your MTH/STT instructors offer regularly scheduled office hours to assist you in your course materials. Office Hours Schedule
Online math resources – Helpful sites for reviewing and studying
http://www.wtamu.edu/academic/anns/mps/math/mathlab/ - WTAMU Virtual Math Lab - start with Beginning Algebra and work through to College Algebra if reviewing for the math placement test. Registration is not required.
http://www.act.org/compass/sample/index.html - specifically look at "Numerical Skills/Pre-Algebra & Algebra" and "College Algebra, Geometry, & Trigonometry"
http://www.math.com - The World of Math Online