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georgia tech omscs courses
Georgia tech omscs courses: This class got me kicked to the floor. Straight up. It’s hard to describe the relief I am feeling at this moment. Since the summer break has ended, my cortisol levels are slowly returning to normal levels.
There’s no way to overstate it when I confess that I cried when I discovered that I got an “A” grade. I barely, really barely (less than 1percent) was able to pass the class with a B 71 percent. On the final day of my summer semester, while waiting until the grades of my final exam to be released on Canvas, I had trained myself entirely (both physically and mentally) to retake this class as well as the levels of stress and anxiety I’ve never felt in the last three years in my time in the OMSCS program.
In conclusion, I suggest you take my opinion with some salt. Others have said that you need to “put in the work” and “practice all the assigned and wiki problems.” They’re right. It would help if you did both of those things.
However, the course could cause you to feel stressed. Some courses offered in the program pretty much assure you that you’ll be successful (with either an A or B) when you work the required number of hours. However, it’s not the case with GA. You could complete all the hours but not be able to pass this course.
As previously mentioned, solve all the problems you practice (until you’re able to solve the problem with no thought) and make sure you can comprehend the information Joves wrote in his notes. I can’t stress these two suggestions enough. You may be okay with doing the practice questions assigned to you. However, I strongly suggest that you take on the homework assignments posted on the wiki as the questions from the test seem to be a mirror of (almost precisely) the ones you’ll be asked. The notes of Joves are basically because he arranges the answers in the same manner as they are required on the test.