During the very first class at precisely 11:39am, Cueto rushes into the classroom with damp hair, notes and chalk in hand. She looks at her watch as she frantically erases the 9 boards in Math 207. This short Argentinian woman wastes no time in getting down to business as she runs through 1.5 sections of math at break-neck speed. Your questions will be answered; but they better be well thought-out. Everyone once in a while she'll throw in a little bit of humor, but math is just about the only thing that's talked about.
After the first midterm, I dubbed Cueto, Ms. Concept because her first test was shameless in stripping you of any procedural knowledge you might have gleaned from the homework, revealing that you actually don't know how to define that plane between those oh-so-tricky orthogonal lines. The average was a 73. The second midterm had an average of 59. The final's average wasn't divulged. The tests are hard and not for the faint of heart; review ALL lectures, notes, and homework and do the practice midterms and finals with a time constraint and without the solutions. Some test questions will be like the homework, but others will seem familiar, yet scary. Write out as much as you can because pity points exist- and can mean the difference between being above or below the average. For all the trauma, Cueto still had some redeeming qualities when it came to her tests; after I bombed the first midterm, I went to office hours and she offered to go through the entire test and answer any questions that I might have.
But the grades! You want to know about the grades? I made a 39 on the final and finished with a final grade, "B."
So you couldn't land Hom's Calc III. Don't feel so bad. Cueto is decent, but not great. She's probably better than Nutz, Urban, and Drewitz combined.