Average Rating (from 3 Students)
Course Difficulty
Easy 0%
Medium 67%
Hard 33%
Top Course Tags
Math-heavy
Many Small Assignments
Background Knowledge Expected
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
If i were a student that was required to take Calculus, I would recommend Mr. Ross. He is a fantastic teacher and very thorough with each topic which is sometimes not the case in college. I highly recommend a thorough and complete knowledge of each subject and section learned because Calculus continuously builds upon itself.
Course highlights:
While taking the course I have learned two very important concepts that I also have used thus far in Physics and will use in my engineering classes. Learning the importance of derivatives and integration techniques have been the most important so far. Learning these things have helped me solve practical problems in physics.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
In order to succeed, a complete understanding of every section is critical. Calculus continuously builds upon itself so if a certain section gives you problems, get tutor help. You also cant wait until a day or two before the test if you plan to do well. I highly recommend completing homework problems in each section as this is the best way to practice and master each topic.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
Amazing teacher, definitely recommend!
Course highlights:
Limits are stretched very far in this class. (This is a pun.)
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
PAY ATTENTION AND DO NOT HAVE YOU PHONE VISIBLE
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
Calculus is an important skill to have if you're pursuing any career that deals with numbers. It will teach you the basics of how functions relate to each other that you can apply to anything. Learning to take a derivative or apply rate of change will change how you think about mathematics and what can be done with it.
Course highlights:
I learned more practical math in a way that builds on itself. Mr. Ross was helpful in making calculus engaging. It also taught me how to study and learn on my own.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Do homework! Your professor will give you practice problems, and you need to know how to do them! Don't just glance at them, actually find the answer and make sure you know how to solve problems with any variables using a particular solution.