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THE UPS AND DOWNS OF COLLEGE ALGEBRA
Straight from the veterans of College Algebra... in their own words.
I WAS AFRAID
I just never “got” math.
I used to hate it because I never really understood it.
No one in my family is good at math.
It’s been years since I’ve taken a math class!
I was really scared at first and seriously confused.
This was certainly my most feared class.
In other math classes, I remember hours and hours of tears.
I’d usually get frustrated and give up half way through.
Boy was I wrong! I have been dodging Algebra for years for fear it would be hard.
THE CLASS WAS SO ORGANIZED
My success has a lot to do with how the packets are laid out.
Your step by step instructions make a big difference in my success.
I like the fact that you give us a lot of tools to use in this class. I really enjoy the videos and the PowerPoint presentations.
I didn’t care for the e-Book so I bought the textbook.
You didn’t have to sit in class and listen to the teacher re-explain stuff you already “got”.
This class just flows from one week to the next.
In a class room setting, I would not have been able to keep up with this pace.
Self-pacing helps both those who are good at math...
... and those who need to take their time.
I really enjoy the practice tests. They help a lot in preparing me for the actual exam.
If you can pass the practice quiz, you're good to go for the actual exam.
I used to be a horrible test taker.
I felt so prepared that I actually enjoyed taking the tests.
The way this class is set up, you’d be an idiot to try to cheat!
I ENJOYED THE CHALLENGE
Hard jobs are easier when you are interested and having fun.
Sometimes my co-workers even helped when I had trouble understanding.
Once I got on a roll and started understanding these concepts,
I really didn’t want to slow down!
I quite often work ahead because I enjoy working the problems and learning the next concept.
I really enjoyed the discussion boards where we had to research something related to math. I think that made the class much more interesting.
I catch myself looking at a structure or building and trying to figure out what equations were used to help in the construction.
IT FIT MY LIFESTYLE
I I like being able to do my schoolwork at any time of the day or night.
This class actually worked with my insane schedule.
I truly love the ability to learn on-line so I can still have a working marriage and family life with my two kids.
Hopefully I can keep these things in my head so I can help my younger kids when they have algebra questions.
I only regret that my grand-children will not have the benefit of taking the course from you.
LEARNING ONLINE REALLY IS DIFFERENT
To my surprise, taking a math class online was less complicated and a more enjoyable experience.
I didn’t feel nearly as much stress as in the classroom environment.
I hated math in high school but now I am really confident about it!
I just wish all the classes I have to take were like this one.
This was the best math class I have ever taken.
I never thought I would be this comfortable with Algebra.
I was able to open my mind and really LEARN math online.
For once I enjoyed a math course.
This is the first math class where I actually learned math and “got” it!
I can’t believe I did so well in a math class!
This is, by far, the best class I have ever taken.
I AM SO GRATEFUL
It’s as if a light has come on. I’m so used to math being such a struggle but this time it hasn’t been.
Thanks for your support ~ it has been the key to my success.
Thank you for pushing me to do my best.
This class made me feel great!
Thank You for make Algebra a joy to learn.
This class ROCKS!
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