I have only passed the one fourth of my courses so far, which means like one year of the maths undergraduate studies. I live in a different place from where the university i study at is and try to study alone only with books, notes and pdfs from the internet.
Perhaps i have fear of math exams and generally of exams, when i face the topics and problems to prove in the exams i have some ideas but mostly they are wrong.In the past i passed some exams.
When i try to learn what i read i have an approach perhaps wrong. I try to remember all of what i read without missing or forgetting a symbol or word and if i fail to learn this way i think i am not capable of learning and that i do not learn correctly.
I want to get my math degree, passing the exams and finally getting the degree would be okay i think.
What should i do to overcome the fear of math exams and generally exams?Perhaps, should i try to solve math exercises?Is my way of learning wrong? And what is a more suitable way of learning? What should be my schedule or daily program of reading and solving exerises be? If i get stuck at some exercises should i try to find the answers at the books or notes?
Generallly what does a math student use to solve exercises from the theory? Should i learn the proofs-as i try to generally do- of theorems to have a better learning?