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He's a very nice professor. Very new. Very young. He lectures right out of the book (so you don't really need to go to lecture, because usually he'll end up confusing people and calling things the wrong name)... He confuses "E" and "Z" and "R" and "S" all the time, and keeps messing up and calling things by the wrong title. I'm sure it's just because he's nervous, but it's still pretty confusing. His 1st midterm was nice. The 2nd midterm though -- man, I wasn't prepared for it at all. Study Cantrill's tests. Go to discussion; they usually cleared up everything for me.
Anderson is a very enthusiastic professor but the only reason I did good in the class was thanks to my TA. He confuses me when he lectures. All I did was read, do past exams from other teachers, and got a lot of help fom the TA. His exams are straight forward but they have a big standard deviation so watch out.