Pretty easy, overall.
Course Overview:
This course is all about the basics of algebra. I know it may sound boring previewing the old stuff but trust me, you'll be surprise how much we can forget sometimes and the basics are always essential to the understanding of complex problems. This teacher also knows how to narrow everything down and explain it in detail so it helps not just knowing but understanding why things were made the way they were.
Course highlights:
The basics of algebra is what it's all about. Knowing about the difference between multiples and factors. Knowing how make linear graphs and equations with parallel and perpendicular lines. Knowing how to solve and graph inequalities and basic log rules. Knowing how to solve quadratic equations and expressions.
Hours per week:
0-2 hours
Advice for students:
Stay eager in learning how to stick with these basics not just manage to solve them and then leave thinking you know them already. Study why these basics were created and how they work, not how to use them because you would be doing the same thing like in middle school or high school which is why it would get boring.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
Taught straight out of the textbook and graded it along with the guide lines. If it was not solved by textbook standards... oops your loss on that point. She's a nice lady, just annoying with her teaching.
Course highlights:
Highlights: me understanding what she taught
Hours per week:
0-2 hours
Advice for students:
Be Nike, Just Do It. Also pay attention though lol
Pretty easy, overall.
Course Overview:
Because this is a prerequisite course, and therefore needed to advance onto the required math courses, I can't really say "don't take this class". However, if somehow you don't need to take this class, don't. It is just review of concepts most people learned in either middle or high school math classes. Like I said, if you can get out of it, do so.
Course highlights:
I didn't learn anything new. It was just review of math concepts I learned in previous math classes.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Go to the tutoring center and seek help, before it's too late. Do not cheat on the homework because what's on the homework is basically what's on the tests. Plus homework grades don't have nearly as much impact on your overall grade as the tests do.