Pretty easy, overall.
Course Overview:
I would recommend this course to those who wish to hone their trigonometry skills. Since there's a full section on antiderivatives in Calc II. The course work is fun if you enjoyed Calc I, and it's pretty awesome to be able to learn how to integrate some of the integrals we couldn't in Calc I.
Course highlights:
The highlight of this course was learning little parts of sections that I didn't learn in my AP class from high school. Getting back to the last section of Calc II was really fun for me since series are the easiest part of Calc II compared to the integrals and derivatives you learn to do from the previous two sections.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
I would advise you to go to your professor if you're having a hard time with a particular section in the course. If you can get past the middle two sections then you're home scratch free since those are the hardest information wise. If you can't get in touch with your professor, there are integral calculators online that'll show you the steps and how to get the answer just so that you can better understand how to get that type of problem.
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
One of the first classes I took in college. He really taught the material at a high level. He also was able to share why the material is important so we could apply it in real world examples.
Course highlights:
I gained a strong knowledge in math. Calculus II for many people is the one of the hardest lower level math one can take. But he did help us by letting us work in our groups so we can learn the material, and gave test corrections. One thing that I really learned was multiple ways to derive an expression.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
You need to study every day, take it little by little. If you don't have a strong base in math then you really need to be studying. Don't give up because you can always bring your grade up. Good luck!