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    Jun 08, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    Mrs. Williams made the class very easy to learn, she would teach you one-on-one if you were confused. She was very flexible if you needed more time. She was very caring and wanted you to sucked in her class and would do anything to make that happen. She really did care about her students, and she remembers all of them even after years of having them.

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    After taking Algebra 1, I have gained knowledge that I needed in Geometry and also Algebra 2. Mrs. Williams did a wonderful job of teaching the class exactly what you needed to know for future math classes. I also learned some skills on how to interact with people. I was an awkward freshmen who didn't know how to ask for help, but Mrs. Williams had us do some icebreakers and exercises on getting to know each other and that really helped me a lot.

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    3-5 hours

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    Do your homework when you get it. Don't wait until the last minute walking into class, or at lunch to do it. Also, do your own work. Copying someone else's work will not help you in the long run. Ask questions! If you are confused on something, ask someone for help, it will not benefit you in the long run if you are doing math problems that you don't know how to do.

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