Winter 2019 - This is the a review for his 151B class. It is the easiest math class that I have ever taken in my life. I have already taken Vese's 151A, 155, the two classes that are well known for easy A, but this class is even easier. I would rank them as follow Vese's 151A > Vese's 155 > Chris Anderson's 151B.
Winter 2016 - Bao is great! Dont listen to all those people whining. He is very fair, told us what he will test us on (and followed through) and didnt do anything ridiculous. This was the only class where I followed every single lecture with no problems, even the proofs. Also, he challenged us on the exams rather than throw some random proof at us. Highly recommend. I am selling my textbook Differential Equations by Polking in a binder in excellent condition. No notes or highlights, and in mint condition. Text me at ********** I can meet on or around campus. Selling for $65 with price negotiable. I used it for Math 33B
Winter 2018 - Professor Ben Neria always wrote everything on the whiteboard - literally everything. He wanted you to have the clearest view of class contents...however that may not be a fascinating way. Also, he might only cover things not covered in the textbook...which means you need refer to a complete notebook when you are preparing for tests. Ok, here's the breakdown of grades (from syllabus): "Your final numerical score will be computed according to the following scheme. S = 10% homework + 20% midterm 1 + 20% midterm 2 + 50% Final exam." BTW, the tests are not so intimidating, as long as you really put your heart into this course. Great professor. A bit accent.
I've never seen a professor try to help everyone in the class understand the material more than Conley. He has 4 and a half hour review sessions for midterms and finals. Had him for 33a and taking him for 33b. I got a B in 33A but I made errors on the final. If I didn't screw up I could have gotten an A-. And his lectures are always recorded. Take him as much as possible.