This class was tough.
I enjoyed every bit of University Physics II with Professor Rollino. Professor Rollino is very brilliant and experienced. He explained how everything we learnt in class could be applied in a real life situation. He's very passionate about teaching and shows a lot of concerns towards his students. The course requires a lot of calculations and critical reasoning if you're a math you might find it easy.
I learnt how to calculate the efficiency of an engine and how an engine works. I also learned about General relativity, electric and magnetic field, electromagnetism and alternating and d.c circuits. I took a particular interest in Relativity. It was interesting to learn that time moves in different speeds.
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Advice for students:
Recitations every Tuesday is very important because you'll get tested on what you learned during the lecture. The recommended physics textbooks won't help you as much just focus on the lectures and recitation. Make sure you take notes in class because all the exams are going to come from your notes and practice exams.