I'm curious if coaching is helpful for someone who is bad at math, or if it's something that's really just best worked on on your own?
What exactly do coaches do to help you get to being able to do efficient and mistake-free calculations – or is that just somewhere you'll get only through patient drilling?
What I mean by improving at math here is:
- Being able to do efficient and error-free mental calculations (I'm slow and prone to mistakes)
- Being able to structure faster and manage large amounts of data given at the same time (I can typically get to setting up equations, just slow and can get lost in numbers)
For now, I'll continue with patient practice, but just wondering if there's a faster way there – any tips that aren't about coaching also much, MUCH welcome!