Supplemental MATH

Supplemental Math Courses: 1006, 1011, 1012, 1021

MATH 1006 in support of MATH 1106 (SPRING)

 

What can I expect from the supplemental math course? 

Math 1006 reviews material presented in Math 1106 lectures, provides problem solving techniques and tips as well as prelim review. The course provides further instruction for students who need reinforcement. It is not, however, a substitute for Math 1006 lectures or recitations. Students in Math 1006 are provided with handouts that summarize ideas and topics taught in the Math 1006 lectures, and include exercises for the students to work on in class. All students enrolled in Math 1106 are welcome to attend the Math 1006 lectures and prelim review sessions.

Math 1006 75-minute lectures are offered 2 times per week (second meeting time is a repeat of the first). Only students enrolled in Math 1006 will be offered tutoring services.

Successful completion of the course (an “S” grade) requires attending a minimum of 8 classes during the semester.

 

Student Testimonials:

Students over the years have provided feedback from course evaluations and surveys that instructors:

  • provide weekly handouts that clarify and summarize topics
  • provide practice problems
  • teach at a slower pace and make sure everyone understands before moving forward
  • are more accessible and approachable in a smaller class setting
  • provide a comfortable environment in which to answer questions
  • provide opportunity for group work
  • provides learning strategies and study tips for homework and prelims

 

Where can I get more information?

Please contact Quincy Loney, LSC Math Lecturer, at qel2@cornell.edu.

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MATH 1011 in support of MATH 1110 (FALL and SPRING) 
MATH 1012 in support of MATH 1120 (FALL and SPRING)

What can I expect from the supplemental math courses? 

Math 1011 meets 90 minutes a week. To earn an “S” in the course, students need to attend at least 8 course sections. During class time, the instructor spends time clarifying lecture material from Math1110 but the majority of class is spent of working on sample problems, making sure students can apply the material to work through homework and prelim type problems.

Math 1012 meets 75 minutes a week. To earn an “S” in the course, students need to attend at least 8 course sections. During class time, the instructor spends time clarifying lecture material from Math1120 but the majority of class is spent of working on sample problems, making sure students can apply the material to work through homework and prelim type problems.

 

Student Testimonials: 

Students over the years have provided feedback from course evaluations and surveys that instructors:

  • provide review sessions for prelims and finals
  • explain in detail confusing math concepts and tough course material in a concise manner
  • support students who may be struggling in the parent course
  • answer questions and provide detailed step by step explanations
  • provide practice and different types of problems to practice, relevant for the tests
  • help students understand basic concepts
  • provide additional help in office hours

 

Where can I get more information?

Math 1011 and Math 1012 are on Moodle, from which students can download handouts from class. Go to Moodle or Blackboard, find Math 1011 or Math1012 and log in to access handouts and announcements.  Please contact the LSC for more information.

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MATH 1021 in support of MATH 2210 (FALL and SPRING)

What can I expect from the supplemental general chemistry course? 

Math 1021 reviews material presented in Math 2210 lectures, provides problem solving techniques and tips as well as prelim review. The course emphasizes the reasoning that students will need in order to apply the algorithms taught in Math 2210. This course is not to be a substitute for Math 2210 lectures or recitations. Students in Math 1021 are provided with handouts that summarize ideas and topics taught in the Math 2210 lectures, and include exercises for the students to work on in class. All students enrolled in Math 2210 are welcome to attend the Math 1021 lectures and prelim review sessions.

Math 1021 75-minute lectures are offered 2 times per week (second meeting time is a repeat of the first). Only students enrolled in Math 1021 will be offered tutoring services.

Successful completion of the course (an “S” grade) requires attending a minimum of 8 classes during the semester.

Where can I get more information?

Please contact Quincy Loney, LSC Math Lecturer, at qel2@cornell.edu.