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Tufts University: MATH012 - Calculus II - Mathematics - Professor ratings, reviews and much more | JumboAccess
Mary Glaser | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2007-01-22

Review:
Mary Glaser is the best math teacher I've ever had. That might not be saying much, since I've had some rotten math teachers in the past, but she was smart, funny, and incredibly energetic. She knows the material so well, that she was totally comfortable having students correct her if she made any mistakes on the board. She made a real effort to encourage participation and sincerely cares about students' understanding of the material. From her Sponge Bob socks to her stories about playing in a band to her extensive knowledge of methods of integration, Glaser really made the 50 minute periods fly by.

Workload:
There is homework every night, but it's certainly manageable if you keep up. Tests are tricky but if you go through the old tests posted online, it's much easier to do well.


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Sergey Vasilyev | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2006-05-30

Review:
This professor made sequences and series make as much sense as possible. He is amazing and explains everything! I would take his class again! What a fabulous professor he was!

Workload:
Standard Math 12 Workload.


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Linda Garant | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2006-05-15

Review:
Clear, organized, efficient. Made me enjoy calculus very much. Very helpful during office hours. This course made me say, "Math is cool."

Workload:
Math 12 is cumulative and more difficult than Math 11, so you have to put steady, consistent effort into this. Cramming not recommended. Do the homework, but get your questions answered early because they can pile up. Use Blackboard's practice problems, they help tons.


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Mary Glaser | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2006-05-15

Review:
Enthusastic and odd. Mary Glaser was a great teacher. She moves quickly though she is readily available for office hours. Course material wasn't too tough. I'd take another class with her.

Workload:
Same as any other math class.


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Linda Garant | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2006-04-10

Review:
I think Professor Garant is by far one of the best Math teachers at Tufts. Not only is she clear with the material but she is also extermely nice and encouraging. The course is hard but if you're consistent with homeworks you should be fine.

Workload:
Homework due for every class and 4 exams but you can drop one.


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Mary Glaser | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2006-01-13

Review:
Prof. Glaser is an amazing math teacher. She explains things very clearly in class, and will explain them in multiple ways so that everyone understands. She also gives very clear handouts summarizing important information so you can concentrate on understanding the material rather than taking notes. She even brings props to class to help with difficult concepts! She has extra office hours before tests, which are very helpful. All in all, I found this class enjoyable, because of Prof. Glaser's fun attitude and straightforward teaching style.

Workload:
Same as any math class - homework due every class, but it only counts for extra credit in your final grade. Do the homework, though, because it's the only chance you get to practice the problems before the test. Study for the tests and go to office hours and you'll be fine.


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Misha Kilmer | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2006-01-06

Review:
Prof. Kilmer was quite a good teacher - straight, and to the point. She didn?t dilly-dally around in class, and in most cases this was helpful because she dealt directly with the course material. However, a few times this resulted in some of the material going over my head, since she went a little too fast in certain sections. However, careful reading of the text were enough to understand what she meant....as long as you paid attention in class.

Workload:
The workload varied, since it was mainly homework assignments. Sometimes you would have 10 problems due in for the next morning, sometimes fewer. However, it?s easily manageable even if you try to do it an hour before class starts. Only 23 out of 33 HW assignments were required, but each extra HW assignment adds 0.2% to your final grade, which can make or break a grade barrier.


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Marjorie Hahn | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2006-01-03

Review:
Probably the least enjoyable experience of my life. Professor Hahn is nice enough, but she's not very clear. And as others have said, she makes a lot of mistakes. Pay attention, otherwise she will teach you the wrong things. This class isn't nearly worth the work and stress involved. Don't take the class unless you need it for your major.

Workload:
Same as any math class. There are daily assignments, though at times they don't count. I didn't understand sequences and series at all and I still somehow got out of the class with a B.


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George McNinch | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2005-12-14

Review:
Let me be honest with you. I went to every class through the first two tests and only learned one thing. I became a master at sodoku. Essentially, this is the kind of material that you must teach yourself unless you have an organized teacher that doesn't spend half the class explaining proofs that "are necessary" and subsequently not completing the lesson. Through all the courses I attended I do not think Professor McNinch finished one lecture in its entirety. Don't take this class with him because like Borat says, "You will be sorry."

Workload:
It's all the same crap for math 12 but even harder when you have a teacher that can't teach. whoever evaluates these people needs to be replaced because he or she is inept.


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E. Todd Quinto | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2005-12-13

Review:
Although the exams are sometimes considered annoying, Quinto makes up for them (they're department exams, so all MATH-12 students take them, not just his class which is why its not graded) by his avid and active presentation of the material. This is not just another boring, monotone math teacher. He may not get every problem he solves right on the board (which is funny in class, because we have to correct him) but his spunky nature and enthusiasm about the material makes his class an incredibly entertaining experience. However, if you are into "Perfect" teachers who get nothing wrong and never make mistakes, and you do not care about how engaging they are (ie. they are dry and boring and that doesn't bother you), then Quinto is not for you. Other then the occasional wrong variable or coefficient, his class is BY FAR the best math class I have ever been in to date (or at least the most entertaining). Its a shame that not all teachers are as enthusiastic as him.

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George McNinch | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2005-12-07

Review:
Professor McNinch is a very kind and caring professor but his teaching ability is weak. He often mumbles and babbles and spends too much time on the simple and unimportant things while not dedicating enough time to the more difficult concepts. If you take McNinch you should read ahead before the lectures and spend plenty of time studying. Aside from McNinch's shortcomings as a teacher he is an almost god-like man who deserves to be revered. As far as I know he has committed no felonies or serious infractions of the law. In my expert opinion professor McNinch is more of a spiritual guide, a guru of sorts, and should be put on the fast track to sainthood in the Catholic church.

Workload:
The homework is the same as all the other calc II classes and it usually takes about an hour.


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George McNinch | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2005-12-04

Review:
Nice guy but HORRIBLE teacher. Talks too fast, has trouble articulating the application of theorems. He spends more time showing you the proofs of the theorems - how they originated..etc. - so he never has time to teach you how to apply the theorems to the homework.

In the end, you learn by yourself by reading the textbook.

I'm not particularly good or bad at math but this professor just totally killed any interest in it. If you take this class, definitely get MARY GLAZER instead because there is so much material and so many similar theorems that it gets a confusing (the textbook uses a lot of flowery, circumspecting ways of solving the problems also) so it is beneficial to have a good professor who teaches CLEARLY and gives out organized handouts.

Workload:
Pretty standard. Class meets three times a week and homework is due at class each time. Most people spend about an hour to two hours of homework for each assignment.


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George McNinch | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2005-11-09

Review:
McNinch cares about student progress, is enthusiastic about math, and has sufficient office hours. But when it comes down to his teaching skills, he is really quite bad. Although he 'knows his math', his disorganization, strange mannerisms, and bad handwriting make it impossible to understand him. You'll end up learning the material from the textbook if you take this class. I would not take another class with this Professor McNinch.

Workload:
The workload is typical of any other math class. Daily optional homework, three tests, and a final. It just becomes hard if your professor doesn't teach properly!


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Mary Glaser | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2005-08-09

Review:
Excellent professor - really liked her classes, she was funny and great at explaining everything. She covers the material very well and prepares you well for the tests. Someone recommended her for Math 11 my freshman year and I ended up choosing her for Math 12 and then once again for Math 22 because she was great!

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Daniella Shnaps | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2005-07-14

Review:
Let me make this simple:

Out of all the classes I have taken at Tufts, Math 12 was by far the hardest. However, Professor Schnapps is EXCELLENT and has a real gift for teaching. She is not only intelligent, but is also able to clearly explain what she is talking about through theory and examples. Also, compared to other professors, she seems to be one of the best in the Math Department from what I've heard.

Workload:
Workload was just as much as any other class (0.5 to 1 hrs of homework due for each class)


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Marjorie Hahn | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2005-04-14

Review:
Really nice person, but awful professor. She makes way too many mistakes on the board, and unless someone is astute enough to catch all her mistakes, she?s probably teaching you the wrong things. Get a different professor if at all possible.

Workload:
Same as all math classes.


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Mary Glaser | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2005-04-12

Review:
Professor Glaser was one of the best teachers I've had a Tufts. She loves what she teaches, is entertaining and exciting, and is very clear when she lectures. I'm not a math person but I loved this course. She has office hours and gives out review handouts for class. I was very satisfied with my experience in her class.

Workload:
Workload was very manageable with math problems due every class. Plan to do some extra studying before tests in order to do well. Some of the material is difficult but she will help you if you need it.


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Marjorie Hahn | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2005-04-12

Review:
I would never take another class with Professor Hahn. I pity her as a person, because she seems nice and is not an awful teacher on purpose, but in my opinion -- she can not teach.

Aside from the fact that her explanations are generally unclear, she has made more mistakes on the board than any teacher I?ve ever met. When people point them out, she laughs nervously and says "oh, you should have told me." What is we didn?t catch her errors?

Math 12 is a difficult course to begin with, but if at all possible, avoid taking her class. Other professors teach the material in a much more professional and useful manner.

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Christian Benes | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2005-03-09

Review:
Professor Benes is by far the best professor I have had so far at Tufts. He genuinely cares about his students' progress and understanding of the material. He also does an excellent job presenting the material, explaining his reasoning every step of the way. He is always available for extra help outside of class, and he will even create additional time to meet with you if his office hours do not work. I found going for one-on-one help was the best way to understand the material.

Calculus II contains a lot of very difficult material and the lessons move very fast. Each exam tests you on an enormous amount of information. To do well you must not only do all the homework and pay attention in class, but also do a lot of heavy-duty cramming before the exam. However, if you have to take Calculus II, definitely try to take it with Professor Benes.

Workload:
A problem set, which usually takes an hour or so, is due at the end of each class. There are three midterm exams and one final, which goes down as two exams. Your lowest exam grade (or half the final) is dropped at the end of the semester. Same as every math class.


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Mary Glaser | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2005-02-28

Review:
Prof is enthusiastic, gives out good handouts that summarize class material. Encourages appearance at office hours and presents material clearly.

Workload:
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Gail Kaufmann | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2004-12-17

Review:
Prof Kaufmann is consistently thorough, kind, clear, accurate and concise. If she could teach every course offered the students who get the opportunity of having her in class will benefit immensely by her style.

I hope to have her for my upper level courses because I have never felt better prepared to go on in Mathematics as I do at this time.

Don't miss having her show you how to do Math made easier.
She is a teacher role model for others in the math dept as well as teachers to be!

Workload:
Straightforward and normal.


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Jonathan Bihari | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2004-12-16

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Jon is a very easy-going guy and a pretty laid back professor. His explanations are always very clear and very helpful. He doesn't care much if you don't do the assignments, but don't throw away extra points because they do make a difference. IF you choose to not do the homework, still try to go to every single class. Going to class every time, you can easily get a good grade. It's hard for a lot of people to show up, since the subject itself is very very awfully boring and tedious. But he is a funny guy. He's fine with people being a little late too. He's a little too laid back sometimes... you find it hard to go to class every time since he's so lenient.

Workload:
Assignments for every class, there are 3 midterms and 1 final. Workload is not too bad... just show up in class and take good notes and you're all set. Assignments are more for your own chance of doing practice problems than anything. You hand them in, but they don't even have to be complete to get a "check".


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Jonathan Bihari | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2004-12-09

Review:
Jon explains concepts very clearly, so, even though the material is not very exciting, he makes it interesting. He also really cares about each student's success and makes an effort to be sure that everyone understands all of the information.

Workload:
Homework for each class; the same as all math 12 sections


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E. Todd Quinto | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2004-11-11

Review:
Todd Quinto is incredibly enthusiastic and a wonderful teacher. He presents topics relatively clearly through examples and notes (although his handwriting is horrible!) and will ALWAYS be sure to answer a question or clarify information at any point. He is also very helpful over e-mail and in office hours. I think we also have been doing a little bit better in general on our tests than some other classes. I would definitely recommend him and would take another class with him!

Workload:
The work is the same for all Calc II classes - about an hour (sometimes more, sometimes less) worth of problems a night. You get all of the assignments the first day of class, and you have to turn one in each class, although you're always allowed to turn stuff in a day (sometimes 2) late and still get credit. I also have rarely had to take the time to reread the book - just my notes - because he's very clear in his explanations


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Daniella Shnaps | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2004-11-07

Review:
The teacher is great. She is very good at explaining the relationship between certain concepts. Professor Staab is not so great compared to her. She's definitely one of the best.

Workload:
There was homework due for each class (three times a week). The workload is certainly manageable.


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Marjorie Hahn | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2004-09-29

Review:
-excellent professor; math 12 was challenging, but she explained it very well
-willing to meet with you after class if you have any questions at all
-very good with going over the homework
-all in all, I learned a great deal and class was enjoyable (despite the fact that it was at 8:25 three times a week)

Workload:
workload was similar to the workload for other calc classes.


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Boris Hasselblatt | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2004-09-16

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I would definitely take another course with Professor Hasselblatt. While soft spoken, he is extremely intelligent, can answer nearly any question, and knows how to teach the material. Be prepared for a couple of corny jokes here and there ("gravity is a weighty subject"), but otherwise, a very good professor.

Workload:
Same workload as all other Calc 2


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Gail Kaufmann | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2004-09-02

Review:
Professor Kaufmann is an extremely kind and enthusiastic person. Beyond that, she is an excellent teacher. Her notes on the board are always clear and easy to understand. She is able to break down difficult concepts and explain them with great ease. She also goes over every question on a homework question if the class requests it. If she were to teach a higher level math course, I would certainly look to have her again.

Workload:
The coursework is the same for every MATH0012 - Calculus II class, no matter who the professor is. Homework assignments are daily, but they are not very difficult. Some are harder than others, but generally they won't take you more than an hour. The exams tend to be a bit more difficult than the homework. It is rumored that Calculus II is harder than both Calculus I and Calculus III.


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Jonathan Bihari | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2004-08-11

Review:
Wonderful class! I didn't do so well (Math12 is hard.. damn series), but it was fun nonetheless. Jon is a great teacher, he cares about how his students do, and is always available for help.

Workload:
All Math12 classes have the exact same homework workload.


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Mary Glaser | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2004-07-11

Review:
Professor Glaser was a good professor when it came to the classroom, but not particularly concerned with each individual student's progress or problems. This is the standard for the math department here at Tufts.

Workload:
The workload was as large as you want it to be--homeworks are not for credit. To get a good grade, though, the class requires a lot of work.

Homeworks do count towards extra points in the end.


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Gail Kaufmann | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2004-07-11

Review:
Great teacher, very clear with material and makes herself highly accessible outside of class.

Workload:
I thought the tests were rather difficult, but I generally felt prepared for them.


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Mauricio Gutierrez | MATH012 - Calculus II | Mathematics2004-04-20

Review:
Calc II is a tough course, irregardless of what professor you have. Know this before enrolling or it will eat you alive. As for Guiterrez, be prepared to do a lot of independent learning/studying because he rushes through the material in lecture without thoroughly explaining a thing. When teaching a new concept (most are hard), he simply rushes through an example or two using his internalized rationale and leaves students bewildered and confused. Having a different professor will do you well in this course, because I sat in another calc II class once and the prof. explained what she was teaching amazingly. Too bad I don't know her name...

Workload:
Homework is assigned for each lecture. It provides good practice for what you (supposedly) learned during that day's lecture. However, with Guitierrez I couldn't understand a thing he was "teaching" so I was unable to do most of the homework. This turned out ok for me because I crammed like mad before the exams and did alright, and the homework only counts as extra bonus points in the end so not doing it didn't hurt my grade. But I don't advise skipping out on homework and then cramming to learn it all, I only did this because I never learned anything from Guitierrez.


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