Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I would recommend this course because, although many students say that Ms. Trillo doesn't teach very well, when it comes to finals and tests, she really has helped you throughout the year.
Course highlights:
She goes through problems all the time, so she does practice the problems with you. You'll learn about limits, integrals, and derivatives, but once you go over it, it isn't that difficult.
Hours per week:
0-2 hours
Advice for students:
Pay attention to the practice problems and read the textbook lessons, they really do help!
Pretty easy, overall.
Course Overview:
Calculus teaches a lot and isn't that hard. It is fundamental for engineering and most science majors.
Course highlights:
I learned how taking derivatives and anti-derivatives can make previous math problems easier to figure out. Also learned new math methods that can solve problems I used to find difficult.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
Ask questions if you get stuck on a problem. Remember that everything you learned connects. Also remember that even the best students may struggle a bit with some of the new concepts.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I would recommend it because colleges want four years of math, and statistics doesn't really count as a "math".
Course highlights:
For me, I love learning new things. So I enjoyed myself a lot. Not only that, but I finally learned not to over think, because in calculus, if you overthink, you end up stuck and often times get the question wrong.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
The easiest way to retain the information that you learned, is to split the homework in half. Do the first half the day the homework was given, since the lesson is still semi-fresh in your brain, and then do the second half the next day so it's a refresher. This is a technique I would recommend if you have block schedule. If not, then do it the day it was given and don't be afraid to ask questions. The teacher won't bite you, so please, ask questions, it will help you in the long run.