This class was tough.
Course Overview:
The teacher was the most amazing part of this course. He helped with everything any student needed. He always had a back up plan if power went out and he made learning interesting. The math in itself was difficult to comprehend at first, but the teacher knew exactly how to help lead everyone through the course. Overall, I would take this class again for the rigorous course material.
Course highlights:
The main topic that I took away from this course was the fact that math itself does deal with numbers alone. The concept of math is much greater than that, proving how one theorem works over another with a different rules and it's just fascinating. It's not just about a simple equation, the complexity is enough to draw someone like myself.
Hours per week:
9-11 hours
Advice for students:
Don't forget to study. That would the most important item to address. You will know nothing should you choose not to study. Also, a study group would be very helpful, or even just one friend. It will always be good to study and tackle problems with someone at your side and come test time, hopefully you'll have it down and remember the times you and a friend studied the specific topic.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
Mr. Yee is a really understanding teacher, and takes each and every student into consideration when teaching, He checks to see if anyone has any troubles understanding before continuing on in his lessons, making math fun and enjoyable.
Course highlights:
Because Yee creates a safe learning environment, I felt comfortable asking questions on anything I didn't understand.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
If you don't understand a certain part, make sure to ask your teacher or peers for help, or even research it on the web. Lessons you learn in the beginning of the class carry on throughout the whole course.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
The course is challenging but the teacher is amazing! He makes it bearable and a lot easier to understand. As long as you ask questions and do the homework you will be okay!
Course highlights:
We learned a lot of things that seem irrelevant to life, but I understood limits the most. On a graph, there is often a limit which restricts the line from hitting a certain point.
Hours per week:
9-11 hours
Advice for students:
Pay attention in class and take thorough notes. Do all of your homework and study for tests. Write equations on flash cards to help memorize them. Make sure you understand the review problems and if not, ask the teacher before the test.