… are on their way! Registration is now open for the Math 133 Linear Algebra and Geometry Final Exam Prep Sessions, as well as Math 122 Calculus for Management. See the Math 133 and Math 122 pages, respectively, to register: spots are limited, so register right away to guarantee your spot – you’ll be glad you did!
Registration for Math 139, Math 140, Math 263 and Math 315 will be up in the next couple days, followed shortly thereafter by Math 222 and Math 262 – so check back soon if you’re counting on joining us for those sessions!
Another summer that has passed way too quickly &nd now the fall semester is getting underway!
Start the new academic year off on the right foot: register early for the weekly tutorials, quiz prep & midterm review sessions: across the board, the most frequent comment from members of the Weekly Mastery Lectures is “I wish I had joined earlier” – mastering the material in any math class is really just a question of clear explanation and practice, so avoid crashing & cramming when midterms come along: you’ll be glad to have at least your math classes under control!
Only a few days into the winter semester, but things get moving quickly, don’t they?
I’m launching a new site with improved registration interface, over the next month. In the meantime, individual course pages will be updated for temporary use over the course of the week of Jan. 11th.
That being said, I will be running weekly Mastery Lectures for all the usual courses, so if you are interested and would like to register immediately, feel free to use the forms that are currently posted (even if they have not been updated for 2016). If there is no “weekly Mastery Lecture” option, simply leave a comment to let me know.
I’ve also created FB group pages for most of the weekly Lectures. As usual, each group will be launched once we have 9 committed members, so be sure to tell your friends and classmates about the sessions – they will thank you. You can also get in touch with me to help spread the word: with your help, we can get started early and avoid cramming for midterms or assignments etc.
Very much looking forward to working with you all (again!) and trying out some new ideas for helping you understand and succeed!