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This class was very straightforward and honestly enjoyable--the professor's lectures were often full of humorous remarks which made going to class more motivating. Additionally, homework assignments were adequate in preparing me for quizzes and exams. The grading scheme is very fair--he allows you to drop your lowest midterm grade, as well as your lowest quiz and homework assignment grade.
Yeah not that great of a professor. Granted I got a little frustrated but here is why. This class should be fine for anyone who has recently taken calculus before. He expects you to have a general level of calculus knowledge but thats not fair because this is the first class... I have never taken calculus... my high school didn't offer it, so this class was incredibly unfair to me. I started with scoring way below average on first midterm, then slightly below on second, and then reasonably above on final so obviously I started getting the material. But its just not a fair class. my recomendation is if you havent taken calc yet then get a tutor before the quarter and review.
If it wasnt for my AAP tutor Saloni I would have absolutely failed. I learned far more from here than from Watson, his teaching is to theoretical and I had trouble grasping it. He needs to explain things more simply and slower for us out there who havent taken calc before.