This class was tough.
I really like calculus, so obviously Calculus II was the bomb. Dr. Lyle is an awesome prof., and usually has study sessions the night before exams. Bonus: he brings snacks. Also, you usually get 2 days for each homework assignment.
Basically, you learn about 1 million techniques for integration. Tied into that is sequences and series, which can also be used for integration in a sort of roundabout way. It challenges your brain, but its cool stuff so the challenge is worth it, in my opinion.
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Advice for students:
Make sure you have a good grasp on Calculus I. Also, study with a whiteboard. I don't know why, but my test grades spiked when I started doing practice problems for the exams on a whiteboard. Also, don't be afraid to ask for help. Spending an hour on one problem getting nowhere is not worth it!