Pretty easy, overall.
Course Overview:
After taking Honors Algebra 2, this course is fairly simple to follow.
Course highlights:
I learned more real world application of math.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
Always do homework and quiz corrections.
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
This course teaches you not only about Calculus but it prepares you for college. It aids you to be respondsible and forces you to stay on top on things. This course is definitley burdensome but it is worth it because after the course it done, you will realize that you learned a lot of information.
Course highlights:
Calculus AB AP was a very vigourous course, it covered an abundance of material in a short period of time. I took Calculus AB in high school as a way to challenge myself. The biggest highlight would have to be when the topics were highly complex and difficult to understand, but when I achieved the correct solution it was the most rewarding feeling because I knew I was capable of accomplishing the most burdensome concepts of math. I gained the knowledge of the complex world of calculus, from intergrals to related rates. Calculus it self made me a stronger person. I learned that when you do not understand the concept 100% then you have to study until you achieve 110%. Overall, Calculus was a great experience despite the obstacles.
Hours per week:
12+ hours
Advice for students:
-keep up with the work (No late assignments) -STUDY at least everynight -do NOT procrastinate -ask questions -take notes -attend class -have a study group -ask the teacher for help -Put in the extra hours - study for tests -review the notes -ask for help from classmates - attend tutoring if your school offers it
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
It's a great class that will prepare you for more advanced lessons. It gives you the basic tools and equations that will help you solve more difficult problems. Great class to start with, highly recommend it.
Course highlights:
I liked learned not only how to use my calculator to my advantage, but also learning how to solve problems without the use of a calculator. You learn all the equations, and formulas that are needed throughout most math classes. It was very beneficial.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Spend time studying and really try to absorb the information given to you. It's highly likely all the formulas and equations you learn in this class will come back and you will need to use them. Focus and learn to love the class. It will be very beneficial to you if you continue in more advanced math classes.