Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Even though, it is a remedial course, I was not aware that "Math" is a sixteen week course, which I tried to conquer it in a six week summer semester and results are I failed the course and it also dropped my GPA and so I am having to re-take it this Fall and in a since I'm glad because I have a different Instructor and they have Upgraded the system and so I beleive I have a Big chance I'm pass it this time, along with bringing my GPA back up to standards.
The thing that stands out for me is that, Now, That I am retaking the course, I some what have grown to like math, especially this new version, which is called "Connect Math" it's an online "assignment course" and my Instructor is very helpful and awesome, excuse me for that. Though, when at first I totally hated it, I know I shouldn't say "hate", though, that's how I felt and the way I thought about math, it did not matter, when it came to ANY kind of math, I Disliked it totally, which, I still see it as one of my weaknesses and still don't really care for it, Nor, will I be getting a degree or making a career goal out of it, Oh, No! Not Me. Though, this time I'm seem to be catching on and I am learning alot, especially, that there are different ways to which Problem(s) can be solved.
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Advice for students:
I would tell future students thats looking to or will be required to take this course, To First, findout if that school has a website, where previous and current students are able to go to Rate the Professors of that school, if they do and are able to access it, for them to check it out prior to registering for the course, because the ratings and reviews of that professor are some what accurate and at times has a tendiousy to enable that future student thats reading those reviews relate to that students reason why they gave that rating and post their review, it also lets students know different catagories about that Professor. For me, It has been very helpful in "selecting professors" each semesters and due to it gives a little insight of what to expect,how easy-difficult, they reply to your emails etc... though, you will still need to be in class on time every day, do your homework assignments and for them to be turned in "On Time". My Study Tip: would be for my future students, PLEASE, take advantage of all that you school has to offer, as well as any resources, facility/staff, along with all of the learning labs, also, if there is any tutoring offered at your school, be sure you jump on it, Which, some of you, already know that you are going to need some or need it, though, you may think you don't, Though, in relaity you know you do. Don't be shy or to pridefull to ask for Help, thats the purpose of that school is to hire such a facility/staff and the job is to help, assist us in anyway possible while we are in school. Once again, TUTORING; Get it, You may not want too, or be thinking you don't need it, Though, in the end you will be the one paying the price for not taking advantage of it or even possibly, benefitting from it and leaving school that semester feelling good/glad you had it/your school gave it. "Procrastination", is not good! Though, once you finally see your grades at end of the semester, and think to your self, OMG! Only, if, I had gotten some of that much needed help, I could or would have made this or that grade. Excuse me, It's College! It does count towards/ against you and there are steep penalties, consequences for poor acedemics/ unsatistfactory GPAs in college and as for those of you, If you are having to rely on or apply for FSAFA, they can make you/break you ***** etc*****.......