Discussions

Time
Discussion
Shalin Brahmbhatt and Andre He

Soda 380 • T 6-8:00 pmLOST

Informal, prioritizing conceptual understanding, then diving into worksheet problems

Viraj Ramakrishnan

Evans 3 • T 6-7:00 pm

Conceptual, mini-lecture heavy

Allison Li

Wheeler 120 • W 9-10:00 am

Balanced, equal focus on mini-lecture and worksheet problems

Conner Manuel

Wheeler 20 • W 10-11:00 am

Worksheet heavy, emphasis on problem solving approaches (assumes familiarity with lecture content)

Jonny Pei

Wheeler 130 • W 11-12:00 pm

Balanced, short mini-lecture followed by discussion problems

Reena Yuan

Wheeler 108 • W 12-1:00 pm

Worksheet heavy, problem-solving focused

Evgenii Sizykh

Hearst Field Annex B1 • W 1-2:00 pm

Balanced, focus may shift between mini-lecture and worksheet problems based on week's content

Ramanan Abeyakaran and Param Nagda

Wheeler 120 • W 2-3:00 pmExam Prep

(Every other week.) Fast paced, focused on exam strategies and past exam problems

Ruomu Xu

Evans 9 • W 3-4:00 pm

Balanced, equal focus on mini-lecture and worksheet problems

Wilson Wu

Wheeler 30 • W 4-5:00 pm

Worksheet heavy, strong emphasis on the problem solving process

Michael Yu

Dwinelle 223 • W 5-6:00 pm

Balanced, equal focus on mini-lecture and worksheet problems

Chase Norman

Wheeler 30 • W 6-7:00 pm

Conceptual, focused on building strong intuition