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[Class] Question about Professor for Math 31A, 31B, + Lecture overlap

toddlf823toddlf823 Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
Dear fellow UCLAs
First of all, thank you for entering my thread and willing to help me out.
I will be a new UCLA student this September and major in Economics.
I learned that I will have to take both Math 31A and 31B, and not sure which professor should I choose.
Like other freshmen, grade is important, and I am not good at math so I really need help with choosing easy professors for 31A and 31B

For 31A, there are

For 31B, there are

Please help me... Also I realize that two lectures for econ 1 and Japanese exactly overlap each other. Am I still possible to take both classes? I don't know what should I do...

Thank you for your help!
Post edited by toddlf823 on

Replies to: [Class] Question about Professor for Math 31A, 31B, + Lecture overlap

  • hakuexhakuex Registered User Posts: 118 Junior Member
    Bruinwalk, look at all those comments and ratings! zzz
  • toddlf823toddlf823 Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
    Thank you!
    Do you know anything about second question???
  • UC-DreamsUC-Dreams Registered User Posts: 258 Junior Member
    Yes you can still take both. Just make sure exams/quizzes/in-class assignments don't overlap.
  • NotTreeNotTree Registered User Posts: 21 New Member
    You won't be allowed to enroll in a class if another has a conflicting lecture or final exam. For discussions it is allowed, however.

    As for math, those classes are standardized and approximately the top 25% of the class will always receive some grade in the A range and the next 25% will be in the B range.
  • phospholipasephospholipase Registered User Posts: 683 Member
    You are allowed to enroll in overlapping lectures, you just check a box overriding the conflict when a notice shows up on URSA enrollment.
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