TL;DR - Recommend if you’re already familiar with multivariable. If this is completely new, you might struggle.
I heard a lot of people complaining about this guy, and I have to say he’s not the best instructor out there. His notes and examples are pretty much directly from the book, so his lectures aren’t particularly helpful. Also, he’d sometimes ignore questions, maybe he has his audio off or something because he responds to questions sent in the chat. When he does answer the questions though, he will try to explain them thoroughly. Taking this class online definitely made the material harder to understand but I’m not confident it would’ve been much better in person. Overall, I can see that he’s trying his best to teach the material well, but he doesn’t do a great job especially considering the fast pace of the class. You’ll likely end up teaching yourself a decent amount of material from the book.
The PSets were pretty standard, but the TAs grading them were pretty harsh. Midterms and final had questions ranging from similar to slightly harder than the homework. I believe the averages were around mid 70, mid 60, and mid 70. The challenge wasn’t the difficulty of the problems, but rather finishing the exam in time.
I did pretty well, but only because I already knew most of the material coming in. If you’re like me, this class will be fine. However, if you’re coming from Calc 2 or AP Calculus BC, it may be challenging teaching yourself this much material this quickly.