If you can keep up, you'll do fine. Learning from her is like drinking from a fire hose -- you'll get a whole lot of water, but it's gonna hurt getting there.
Extremely intelligent (valedictorian of Harvard '84, I believe?) but not always clear as she thinks faster than just about everyone else.
Loved her, loved the class, good luck and godspeed soldier. And if you're really struggling, go ask TSmith. He's Farrell but on a less Ludicrous-Speed! level.
Gives opportunities to students that commit. Really nice and straight-forward. Little challenging, but really helpful in terms of learning. Somewhat Strict, but for the right reasons.
little off her rocker and expected everyone to be as smart as her. Not bad though
She's one of the most amazing individuals I've ever met. I absolutely love her.
best math teacher ever-i got a 100 avg for the quarter in her calculus honors class
Really nice if you're nice to her. She knows what she's talking about, which sometimes gets in the way of her clarity explaining to student how to do something.
Real enthusiastic about what she teaches. Probably the smartest math teacher in the school.
She belongs in college as a professor. Sometimes rude. Always seemed to give her AP calculus students higher priority. An authoritarian.
Makes the math department what it is. Polymaths, especially ones who can teach, are quite rare.
Coolest. Teacher. Ever. Oftven goes totally out of her way to make sure you know exactly what you're doing before you try anything.
Average. Can't find enough time to answer everyone's questions. She's nice though.
Pretty cool, I had this one junior in my class though, he kinda wrecked the whole experience...
Couldn't stand her. Really annoying and wasn't a great teacher.