This class was tough.
This class is the basis of microeconomic theory, and it is extremely interesting. That being said, it is a really difficult class, not necessarily because of the material but the tests. My main advice is to do as well as you can in the other pre-major classes, so you do not have to get a B in this specific class.
The highlights were learning about profit max, cost min, complements, substitutes, C-D, and Quasi-linear utility functions. This is your first class of deep analysis of micro-economic theory of your economics career.
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Advice for students:
Take advantage to every single resource. There is CLAS, TA office hours, Professor office hours, CLAS drop in as well as getting private tutoring. My mistake was I had a student tutor, but having a grad student tutor you is basically the same price. It is definitely worth it.