This class was tough.
Course Overview:
If you are an independent learner take it but if you rely on the guidance on the progress of don't take it
Course highlights:
Some highlights were the ability to independently learn concepts and I did learn a lot of calculus
Hours per week:
9-11 hours
Advice for students:
Be ready to fail and perseverance is key
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
Would definitely recommend this professor. He seemed rough around the edges in the beginning but is actually amazing, his tests match the difficulty of the tests and he is always available to help his students.
Course highlights:
He held office hours twice a week and for a long period of time, during which he would help students with homework, basically letting them sit and do their homework as he walked around providing help for whomever needed it.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
GO TO OFFICE HOURS AND DO THE HOMEWORK
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
This course is very difficult, but also very doable. Unlike most of the professor at UCLA, Professor Carolino is willing to help each student to the best of his ability. In fact, during lecture he answers every question that is thrown at him. From the simplest algebraic step to a more complicated integration problem, every question to Professor Carolino is worth answering.
Course highlights:
The highlights of this course is that at the end of the course you definitely feel that you have a good grasp on college calculus and in turn it will carry on to your success in upper level math courses. In all, what I recall learning the most is derivatives, integrals, integration by parts, and how to solve differential equations. Ultimately, all the material that I learned throughout this course is essential to all parts of calculus, and such parts are required in other courses such as in most of the physics series offered at UCLA.
Hours per week:
9-11 hours
Advice for students:
Attempt to do the assigned homework on your own first. If you are unable to complete the problems, seek help from the graduate students at the Student Math Center, and if you have any further questions make sure to use Professor Carolino's office hours. He makes sure to provide students with office hours that work around most students busy schedules. Additionally, he replies almost immediately to emails, so in case you are unable to make it to his office hours.