Going to class is pretty painful. He gives amazing notes at the end of each class, so he assumes that as soon as he mentions a topic, everyone will understand. It doesn't matter, since his notes & sample tests make it easy to teach yourself - you'll do well, that's not the issue. It's just frustrating to spend an entire semester with such an unfriendly human being.
Head of Math Department so he knows whats on final exam and will indirectly tell you. His book is amazing, so you barely have to come to class unless he starts taking attendance.
Don't expect to actually learn in class. His notes/text are amazing. Learn to do the homework and study from them and you'll do just fine. His tests are strtfwd
Doesn't explain very well and makes you feel stupid when you ask a question. His tests are easy though if you read his notes and do the practice tests.
he often doesn't help if you have a question. he's not very clear sometimes. i didn't like him. at all. the practice tests are just like his tests, though.
Poor explanations in class, can be condescending if you don't understand something. Most material covered in class provided in his handouts.
I only rated him very helpful because of HIS NOTES. He's terrible at teaching, but his notes are great! (I'm starting to doubt they're his...)
I'd say he doesn't explain things very well, but in the end it doesn't matter because the notes in his books are awesome (I had him for 3 semesters).
he's a good prof. very helpfull. notes are very clear. tests are super easy. he doesnt surprise u with unheard of theories on his tests
CAL 3: you'll be completely confused the entire course but then when u look everything over u'll realize it's super easy
wrote his own linear algebra book easy to follow, no need for your own notes
It's all about his course notes, with them you don't need him.