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Essential Tools for Calculus and Algebra Courses

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calc.jpgI am finally finished! This last semester I completed my College Calculus I class (with an “A” might I add), which is my last math requirement for my major in Pharmacy. I don’t have to take anymore wretched math classes! Don’t get me wrong. There was a time when I enjoyed math … that was up until I enrolled in College Precalculus and Calculus I. There is one thing I learned from college math classes: Take a class with a few number of students. It sucks to be lost in a crowd. It’s much easier to get help when there are fewer people to compete with for the professor’s attention. I mean, my best math class was when I was the only student. Yeah, my high school was that small!

Looking back over my many years of higher learning in math, I can also think of a couple of tools that could have given me a better edge.



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If you’re still in a math class, I suggest you obtain these tools for this upcoming spring semester. Trust me, they will totally be worth it. You’ll thank me in the morning. ;)

BTW, on second thought. Calculus I is not my last class. I probably have to take pharmacy math in graduate school before I get my Doctorate in Pharmacy. :(

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Posted on Wednesday, January 10th, 2007

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