Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I recommend taking Math 120 at Cypress College with Professor Choi because he teaches the course well and is very enthusiastic. Additionally, he gives extra credit opportunities and recognizes effort within students. Professor Choi also has a website that students can check what assignments to complete and view his Power Point presentations.
Course highlights:
Professor Choi gives unlimited chances to get the online homework questions correct and his exams are based off of the homework he gives. Based on my experience in his class, I learned that college isn't bad compared to the rumors I have heard.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
Writing notes is an efficient way to remember and understand the course material. Actively learning, participating, and asking questions are simple ways to pass this course and gain knowledge from it.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
He is fun and very knowledgeable. He cares about the students. There was a lot of homework but it's worth for you to understand the concept as well as the application. The class has 3 mid term exam, 4 quizzes, a final, and a presentation.
Course highlights:
You will learn the basic probability, descriptive and inferential statistic. I learn how to use the graphic calculator that I've never used it for my other Math classes. I understand the statistic of the data such as mean, medium, standard deviation if given a data and wanted to know where I stand in the class.
Hours per week:
9-11 hours
Advice for students:
Do all the home works that he assigns then you will be fine. Also, study everyday since the summer class goes by so fast. Be prepared to do the math.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I would recommend it because it is a very fund course and it helps me open up my mind to look at things with different perspective and in a bigger picture.
Course highlights:
I have learned how to understand more when things happen. I was able to analyze incident more concretely because trigonometry helped me see and understand the different angle of the problem and learned to patiently find out the way to solve it. It was a very helpful class.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
My advise is to ask questions when you need to understand or clarify the problem. Don't walk out of the classroom with unanswer questions. Don't be afraid to show that you don't know . Because when you don't know, you would want to learn even more. Please don't give up when the problem get hard.