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    Apr 22, 2017
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    I recommend this course because it helps you think outside the box. Not only does it teach you to solve problems in varies of ways but it builds your confidence. Running into a problem can be intimidating especially if you think you're the only one who doesn't know. This course has taught me that constant practice does make perfect. I never thought I could get a perfect score on a test before but little did I know, it happened and surprised me. Even if someone isn't good with numbers, it doesn't hurt to keep practicing and making the best out of the situation. It really opens your mind up and broadens the way you face a situation. This was the one class that if I knew what was going on, I knew what

    Course highlights:

    The highlight of this course was being able to learn from a different perspective. This course taught me how to apply the material I learned into any problem I faced. My teacher constantly told us that we will only do well in this course if only we want to. You have to want to do Calculus. If your mind is not into it then it will not go well. This course made us realize that if you put your mind into it, you can achieve anything. I learned that with one equation, there can be multiple answers because there are different ways to approach it. This course taught me not to be afraid of a problem. It made me realize that I have to look at it one step at a time and don't overact too quick. A problem can look simple but actually be really complicated.

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    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    For a student to succeed in this course, they must want it. Someone doesn't have to love math to pass it, but you must have the right mindset. Not everyone will understand how to solve a problem at first but that is what practice is for. You should never give up in this course because everyone can do it. The right mindset can lead someone a long way. Asking questions is the most important part during class. If you do not get something the first time, it will confuse you later. Don't be shy in class to ask a question because most likely there is another student that is confused too.

    • Spring 2017
    • Mr. Baker
    • Math-heavy Go to Office Hours A Few Big Assignments

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