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love this queen. super helpful in lecture and in office hours. some dude posted the midterm on chegg and she roasted him in a 5k word email to the whole class. very entertaining. material is hard, but she makes it super easy to understand. workload was the least out of my classes this quarter. 10/10 would take again.
This professor is amazing. That being said I think she was generous with her grades because of the Covid-19 situation, so I do not think anyone reading this should assume that she will grade as greatly as she did this time around. Regardless, this professor is likely better than the other one you might be considering.
This class wasn't bad but listening to Rose sometimes makes me more confused. Her thoughts aren't always organized so I often get lost when she's explaining things. I think Ben Jarman, the TA who led the midterm/final review sessions was amazing though and I literally think he's perfect. Otherwise, this wasn't a bad class. I got a 75 on the first midterm and a 92 on the second one and thankfully she does the grading scheme where you can drop your first midterm. Haven't taken the final yet but I hope it's ok. I would recommend this professor, she isn't the best but she's very fair, nice and not a bad teacher.
This was a great class to start off my freshman year. Though I don't have enough experience at this school to compare Prof. Rose to other professors, I can definitely say that she is a very caring professor. She helps her students all that she can through her pre-recorded lectures, live lectures, office hours (which she offers by appointment as well as scheduled), etc.
Prof. Rose makes her class very manageable to her students and she is very knowledgeable and articulate in her teaching. Her exams are not terribly difficult, and as long as you do your homework on time and understand the underlying concepts (not just computational things; abstract and fundamentals are equally, if not more important than computations in this class), you should be set to get yourself a nice A.
Overall, I would definitely take her class again if I saw her name next to one of my future math classes.
Professor Rose is an absolute godsend of a professor. Her office hours were always extremely useful and you can tell that she really cares about her students. Her Math 33A class was a great class for an incoming freshman to transition to college in and her flipped-classroom model rocked. I had the class at 8 am so I only attended lectures some of the time but the flipped classroom made it so I could just rewatch the CCLE lectures on 2x speed and be totally fine. Homework is very reasonable, if not a little bit light because the 33A content can be a little bit heavy. Overall, the class was a great experience and I'd definitely take another class with Rose again.
Walking into this class, I was kinda terrified of what college math would be like. Walking out of this class, I'm convinced that I should probably major in math. Rose is actually the best professor of all time and I loved the way she did the class. I know flipped classroom doesn't work for everybody, but the fact that you learn the material twice really does help you solidify your understanding of the material. Her video lectures that you watch at home are amazing and she tries to write down what she does each step, or explains it. In live class, which act as basically an office hours, she is very open to answering questions and tries to make sure that everyone watching understands what is going on, each and every step of the way. Rose is also really patient, especially if someone doesn't understand a question. She tries to listen to their thought process, and instead of just giving them the right answer, she tries to fix the way they got to the incorrect answer. Her homework problems are not too bad, and can easily be finished in one sitting (might take 1-2 hours). I felt very prepared from the midterms just from watching the videos and attending lectures, and I felt that I really didn't need to study much out of class since she makes these difficult concepts so straightforward. 10/10 I would take this class again, and I'm waiting for her to teach 115A in the Spring.
This class was a flipped class, meaning we would watch videos and lectures would be more Q&A. Personally, I dont like learning this way, but Prof. Morris-Wright was very good. She gives all the necessary information you need, so as long as you actually try to learn the material, you'll be fine
i absolutely adore queen rose & would love to have her for every class i take at ucla. had so much fun in her lectures and office hours, super engaging professor and welcoming person !! midterms were difficult but manageable with studying, and i would say i definitely learned a lot. 11/10