This class was tough.
Prof. Low has developed an excellent way of breaking down the challenging concepts of physics. This makes comprehending the subject much easier. He's true to his office hours and quick to help a student who's lost in the material. One thing that usually makes him seem unappealing to students, is that he expects a lot out of you. So, if you're not willing to work hard and study a lot, his class isn't for you.
I learned to break down many complex physical concepts that were repeated in the homework, in-class assignments, and tests.
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Advice for students:
It may consume all of your social life and your time for a semester, but once you make it past this hurdle, the rest of your math and science classes will feel like second nature. Study in a lab at your school as well as at home. Take advantage of your professor's office hours. Put all your effort into homework because if you master it, you'll do well on your tests. Make friends in the class that you can help, but that can also help you. Find a tutor-it's worth the lost time and extra money for a good grade.