looking at recommendations for books for people like me who are not mathematics naturals.
have been through polya's 'how to solve it' and noticed that i did not pick up those heuristics naturally through high school and 3 university courses on math.
want recommendations on books containing ideas on
i) problem solving heuristics ii) memorization heuristics (if such a thing exists) iii) taking math exams (problem solving speed etc)
in short, the kind of things naturals at math find easy and the non naturals would like some help with.
i wouldn't mind personal advice / technique on these dimensions either but not sure if the two different questions of books / personal advice can be rolled into one question here.