Winter 2018 - This is for MATH142. Don't be fool when you look at the grade distribution. She does NOT curve, so the class that has this grade distribution was a strong class itself (no + or -, or at least that's what she said), and based on my first midterm her test is not easy either. More than half of the class got a C, 1/4 got B, the rest are A, D, F. What I don't like about this class is that I found her lecture is not well organized sometime. She tries to build her lecture up step by step to make her points. That sounds like a good plan, but she doesn't know how to do that. Instead of giving an idea, then show the point of that idea within one lecture, she threw out a bunch of different things and only made her points after 2,3 lectures. Most of the time her lectures left me confused and not know what she was doing, then when she finally made her point, I was "Ahhh! so that's what all of this was for". I really don't like this because some of her ideas before the actually concepts were just "reference" and never be used again after. She makes lots of mistakes during lectures, too. She is also kind of hard to approach, at least that is how I feel when she replied to other students' questions. Overall, I don't think she is a good lecture nor does she care about student's success. She is not a really bad choice, but just don't think she will give out bunch of As just because of this grade distribution.