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I took Math 3A. he is very caring about a students understanding if you have questions about the homework or the lecture he will answer them during lecture. He had overall two midterms and a final, homework on a weekly basis. he also gives out practice midterms and final that are similar to the test. I would take this teacher again if I could
I took Professor Weisbart for 3A and 3C and I can say he is one of the better math professors at UCLA. He is one of the nicest and most reasonable teachers imaginable. As an example, he once postponed the due date of a homework assignment because it was a nice day outside and he wanted us to enjoy the weather. He does give homework regularly but gives students more than enough time to do finish their work. He is extremely approachable and even insists that students call him by his first name. My only complaint is that he may be so smart he sometimes forgets people in the class may have no prior knowledge of calculus and gets ahead of himself. His midterms and final are almost exactly like the fairly detailed practice tests he gives. He is extremely concerned about students learning the material and genuinely wants his students to like him. If you keep up with the material there is no reason you can't get an A in either 3A or 3C.
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