Advice from Your Fellow Students
The Course Debriefing asks
students for their advice to next semester’s MATH200 students.
Here you’ll find every one of their replies, in no particular order
and completely unedited. (Students complete the Course Debriefing
anonymously, allowing them to be as honest as they want.)
(Because of a snow day, I didn’t get debriefings from
the Fall 2014 class.)
- Go to a tutor before class if you have the time. You will find you improve on quizzes if you work through the whole homework together.
- Show up to class and do homework.
- Work the homework problems and utilize the opportunity to make cheat sheets.
- Do the homework and don’t procrastinate ever.
- Work hard on cheat sheets. They are good study tools to make and useful during quiz.
- Make a cheat sheet for the quizzes. Do the homework!
- Do homework.
- Always take notes and reread them for at least 20 min just before class.
- Get calculator on time and practice identifying what problems ask you to do and what they give you to do it.
- Back of the room is spacious, do your homework!
- Work the HW problems.
- Read everything at least twice, don’t put work off, and always ask questions.
- Do the homework & definitely make cheat sheets.
- Do the homework! Think about the field project ahead of time.
- Work consistently, read, do homework, go to class. Don’t do the work just to do it, do it to learn.
- Stay on top of the homework.
- Do your homework.
- Do the HW problems!
- Always do the homework!
- Study, focus, use office hours, do the homework.
- Do homework and labs. Make a cheat sheet.
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