Is college level math hard?
“College math” is a very vague term. I had been teaching a lot of “college algebra” classes at several local universities as adjuncts, and those typically are not harder high school (or even easier than some high-caliber high school). It’s sad but it’s true.
What is the lowest math in college?
Students who start at the lowest level of remedial math may otherwise face a long slog through three or even four remedial courses in arithmetic, beginning algebra and intermediate algebra. And that’s before they can even get to the first college-level math course, generally “college algebra” or pre-calculus.
Which year is toughest in MBBS?
In my experience, first year was the toughest. Final year was tough too but nothing can match the sheer fright & inexperience in part completion exams and prof exam. I failed in 2nd and 3rd year once each and passed first and final year in one go.
Does anyone flunk out of Harvard?
In reality, it’s very difficult to fail out of Harvard. Sure, Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg dropped out, but they didn’t fail out. Neither did Robert Frost, Matt Damon, or William Randoph Hearst. Failing out of Harvard is not an easy feat – you have to really work hard at that.
Is Harvard actually hard?
Yes, it is hard. I think Harvard has developed this reputation of being easy because people tend to try and find flaws with things that seem a little too perfect but I would argue that Harvard is very hard. Here is what happens at Harvard. The coursework at Harvard is very rigorous.