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I took this 2 years ago as a freshman in remote, and it's still the worst class I remember. In freshmen the Stockholm syndrome kind of prevents you from doing stuff, but looking back after taking so many more classes, I should say it's not the way math should be taught.
Personality: She tries to play her "nice" personality at classes, but as the quarter progresses, I realize she is such a picky and careless person.
Workload: I spent a whole day typing out my 24-hr exam on LaTeX, still lost a few points for not using specific phrases that are not even Mathematically required. The class is not curved, so the difficulty decides what grade you get. I consider the effort I put in the class wasted, because most of them are spent not learning/understanding, but remembering May's conventions and habits.
Grading: Not curved, and the class is harder than average (not in terms of concept difficulty but really just about learning which word she wants you to write).