This class was tough.
Course Overview:
The professor for this course was actually a teacher at my school, but I highly recommend it because of the knowledge you obtain in mathematics. what you learn varies, but the majority of it will be very useful in your future. Plus math is just a very fun subject to learn about.
Course highlights:
The highlights to me were learning the new ways to solve a multitude of problems. I learned how to solve any quadratic formula, how to graph a line with an undefined slope or a slope of 0, how to fill in the gaps of an equation with known variables, and much more. I learned that we use math everyday in most of what we do. Whether it's basic or challenging, we use math, it is in everything.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
Take very thorough notes, and study over them consistently. Do not wait till the day before a test or quiz. set up a consistent schedule to go by and stick to it. Also, pay attention to the little things, you never know what will be on a test or quiz.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I would definitely recommend this class because of Mrs. Queen, she is the best. She explains the material thoroughly so you can understand. She goes at very steady pace. Also, take this class to refresh your memory and to know the basic math before going into a higher math.
Course highlights:
My main highlight was just refreshing my memory on things that I had learned in my previous math classes. Having this class to jog my memory on things, help me move right along is this course. I already know much of the stuff but I am very pleased that I did take this course before going into a higher class.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
One thing I learned from this course is to constantly look over the material. Math is a subject that will take an abundance of practice to be good at. The more you look over the material, the less confused you will be when moving on to a different topic. Another piece of advice, is ask questions when something is unclear. Making sure you know the material is very important. Ask all the questions you can so you can be knowledgeable; you probably will have to teach it someone else.