This class was tough.
Course Overview:
I would not recommend this course due to the way it is taught. I feel if I had a different teacher for this course, I would understand it more. This class is based off taking notes, and then tests. You will not learn much with this specific course. Take intermediate algebra with a different teacher that may teach different!
Course highlights:
The highlights of the course is you get better note taking skills, you take notes every day. You also do homework every night so you would be able to learn to manage your time and schedule well by knowing that you have homework for this course.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
I advise you to have a good math background. If you struggle with math, this particular teacher and class is not for you. I recommend any student use “MyProfessor.com” to review your professor before enrolling in the course. Other students create reviews on the teachers so you are warned ahead of time.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
You can easily find a scholarship that fits you.
Course highlights:
The way I learned to stay on top of my homework and test the class offered this guide to help you keep track of all your homework and had study guides for the tests.
Hours per week:
0-2 hours
Advice for students:
To make sure you turn in all of your homework on time and you use the homework to study for your tests because that is what tends to be on the tests.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I think that it is good to relearn math before entering in a college-level math course. If it has been some years or semesters since a person has taken a math course then they might need some refreshers.
Course highlights:
I just didn't really remember a lot of what I had learned in middle school and high school. It had been many years so this course has helped me build logic and relearn what was forgotten.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Make sure that you understand concepts before moving on because you can be left behind if you don't understand a method. One wrong error can mess up and entire math problem.