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Absolute unit of a professor. 3 extra credit opportunities (which didn't matter for me) by attending random lectures. Recovers easily from mistakes (my 2021 homies will understand ;)
Easy exams if you did the homework, similar solutions and repeat problems on midterms/finals.
Just take it with him and you'll enjoy it.
Professor Radke is such a nice guy. He clearly cares for his students and loves to teach. The lecture content is well-organized and his exams are actually able to be completed in the intended timeframe. I highly recommend taking a math class with Radke; you won't regret it.
Really chill class and professor. The course is just homework sets, two midterms, and a final. Content is not particularly difficult, but can be quite confusing conceptually. Homework tends to be really long, but exams are manageable. The professor also posts notes from office hours, which is really helpful. Overall, good class!
He is the most caring, the best, the most understanding professor ever. Everything he teaches makes sense, maybe it also helped that 33A really isn't hard itself. His tests are reasonable and 100% correlates to the hw problems and his examples in lectures. NO complaint. BUT he said he would give an extra credit but i got the exact grade i received even tho 1% would've made it an A.
If you want to both learn and get an A, professor Radke is your guy. He's the most caring professor. His lectures are not too fast, not too slow, and are super friendly. He cares about students understanding the material more than just bell-curved grades. His tests are not tough, usually easy, but not too easy. Homework doesn't take too long and is not tough either and is still super helpful to prepare for exams. I'd definitely recommend taking 33A with professor Radke!
This class was very well taught. Professor Radke was very understanding, and would accommodate for students' needs whenever he could. He made sure we had an entire week to do assignments, and would answer any questions we had on Campuswire or during Office Hours (and he had multiple to accommodate for time conflicts). The homework was kinda long but doable, and the tests were extremely convenient, because he gave us 24 hours and the questions accurately represented what we learned in class. Radke never rushed through the lecture, which I always appreciated, because he actually made sure that we could understand the material. I'd just be careful not to make any stupid mistakes on the midterms or final, and make sure to turn the homework in on time, because the grading distribution was 25% for each midterm, 30% final, and 20% homework. Radke is an excellent professor and such a cool person in general and I appreciate all the hard work he put into making this a good course!