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Park was a really good professor, despite my hatred for the class--which may cloud my evaluation of him. I did not like Linear Algebra, because it did not come easy for me..With no fault at all to the professor. Park's lecture style is, as previously stated, straight-forward & easy to follow along. I feel as if they were necessary just because I really got a lot out of what he was saying, and less out of the book as the quarter progressed. Tests are fair..I KNEW for a fact, that I failed the first midterm, but somehow, shitted out a 90/100, and got an 87 on the second. Take Park, class was not easy--for me, but a lot of other people say it is though. Also, make sure you have the full solutions--period.
Probably the best math professor there is at UCLA, his teaching style is reminiscent of high school teachers - spoon-feeding, which is great because you will understand everything if you go to class. Even if you don't get the stuff there, just copy down the extremely-comprehensive notes anyway and read it over again when you get back and you'll understand it perfectly. College would be a breeze if everyone taught like him.
This class is pretty simple. The concepts are basic and easy to follow. Dr. Park has pretty good notes and really cares about his students doing well. He gives practice midterms and finals that are almost exactly the same structure as the actual tests. He also does review sessions during which he goes over the solutions to the practice tests. Going to office hours is very helpful too, so I would advise it if you're looking for a good grade.