Pretty easy, overall.
Course Overview:
Lebouef is a very young instructor, but makes use of her time effectively! She is very easy to understand, which helps me out tremendously as I am not the best at mathematics. I definitely reccomend that those who struggle with math take the course with Lebouef.
Course highlights:
The class itself is pretty straightforward: Do your work, come to class, and go to your lab hours to maintain your grade. I enjoyed the idea of class and lab attendance being taken as grades, as it made it slightly easier for me to maintain a good grade in the course.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
Make sure to come to class and get those lab hours! They count more than you think they do.
Pretty easy, overall.
Course Overview:
In this course, I learned so much about math. I learned about exponential functions, polynomials, logs, solving complex linear and quadratic equations, and was able to master inequalities. Before this course, I was horrible at inequalities. Now, I am no longer scared of them. By taking this course, you learn not only about math but how to study for math. Well, at least I did. You are given notes in the online class, and I made sure to look over those each day so I would know how to do them confidently when test day came. One thing I wished I had known before this course was how to use the calculator. It was brand new, and I knew nothing of how to use it. I spent many hours trying to figure it out when I could have been doing homework or studying.
Course highlights:
I learned valuable math skills in this course that actually helped me when I took MATH 121. Not only that, but I learned how to properly study math.
Hours per week:
9-11 hours
Advice for students:
Definitely study daily. Work as many problems of each kind that you can before each test. Make sure you know how to work your calculator BEFORE starting. If you ever need help, email your professor! Mine was always there and was really kind about it and seemed to actually want us to learn.
Pretty easy, overall.
Course Overview:
The professor explains the material well and explains things until people understand.
Course highlights:
You learn about algebra 2, combining, and composite functions.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
Stay ahead in the work and go to class. It keeps your grade up.