It's very clear that Prof Daskalopoulos thinks we already know a lot of the material. She went very quickly and many of us were often left to learn a lot from the book. She pushed for engagement but didn't really respond well to questions... or answers. Her exams felt really hard when we took them, but the median was normal (usually mid 70s) and she ended up giving a slight curve on our term grades. I'd taken high school calculus relatively recently but the class was still high effort, so maybe consider a different professor if you are new to calc or haven't taken it in a while!!
Prof Dimitrov made Calculus II extremely survivable. This man deserves the gold nugget. I had a hard time in Calc 1 and was pretty scared of Calc 2, but Prof Dimitrov's level of organization and his clear/concise teaching made Calc 2 easier (in some ways) than Calc 1. For each class, there were 2 15-30min pre-recorded lectures with super neat hand-written notes to watch before class. The actual class time was designated more as a time to ask specific questions and clarify things. I had a 12+ hour time difference, so I didn't attend any of the classes and I found that the pre-class lectures alone were good enough to understand the material well. There were weekly problem sets (except the weeks with midterms) and I'd say they contained a good balance of easy and challenging problems. The midterms were quite nice, no surprises, followed the same format as all the practice tests that he provides. The final was painful, though. Still, the man got TO HIS OFFICE AT 5AM to proctor the international students. If that's not accommodating, idk what is. Also, his accent and voice were nice