Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I love Math, and I enjoy every problem in solving. The instructor is very helpful and answers email right away. He gives advice how to be successful in the course. The materials are well-provided and there are videos and text that helps the students understand the procedure.
Course highlights:
I gain knowledge of different algebric functions, notation, using and learning graphs, slopes and linear functions. It is very helpful since math is very important in the degree I'm getting.
Hours per week:
12+ hours
Advice for students:
Math needs a lot of time practicing and doing it over and over again. I write down problems on my notebook and review it after. I read and reread the problem to have a better understanding. Spending hours of doing homework is my secret in getting a good grade in Math.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
The course is math, and math is mentioned to challenge the brain, or at the very least, it challenges how you perceive mathematics as a whole. In order to achieve this new perspective, it takes time, something that this professor most definitely has.
Course highlights:
I remember he stayed with me and another student until 6 o'clock one evening just so we could finish some work. He helped me to the best of his abilities and was quite confident in the both of our mathematical abilities.
Hours per week:
9-11 hours
Advice for students:
Be prepared for going back to those late middle school and early high school days because this send you straight back to the past. Just load up YouTube, purple math, or call up your closest boy or girl who knows how to do the work and ya'll get it done.