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Very nice and helpful professor. Not the best in lecturing but do the homework and ask your TA (or her office hour - she's very nice and will try her very best to make sure you understand). That being said, her office hour often gets crowded, so if you want to have your question solved quickly, go to your TA. Since you will most likely be a freshman and this will most likely be your first class at UCLA, you CAN go to other TA sections to ask for doubts. It will take some resourcefulness on your part to figure which TA gives the best explanation or the most helpful, but it will be worth it.
Her class has two grading schemes. I do not remember the first one, but if you do better in your final than your midterms your final counts as 100% of your grade, so messing up in your midterms do not necessarily translate to a messed up grade. HER CURVE IS VERY GENEROUS, albeit it does not offer many in-depth explanations about calculus.
She often goes slightly overtime, so make sure you keep that in mind when you try to have your classes stacked on top of one another.
Took this class my first quarter at UCLA. It was a good transition into university life because it was not hard but it was harder than all my high school classes. Overall a good class
Selling my textbook Rogawski second edition with binder included. No notes or highlights, and in mint condition. Text me at (818) 585-4397 I can meet on or around campus. Selling for$50 with price negotiable.
Overall, she was an ok professor. Nothing special.
As a person, she's really nice, and wants all of her students to do well.
Some of the proofs she would do in class were hard to follow, but they never showed up on any exam. The midterms and final were very easy, almost too easy. The pace was pretty slow, and if anyone had a question, she would go over it in class, sometimes running out of time for the actual lesson.
Take her if you want a pretty easy A, but not if you want to get an in depth understanding of calculus