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Professor Svetlana Oshkai Reviews


Class Ratings

3.3OK Class
3Avg. Difficulty
3Kinda Interesting

Prof: Svetlana Oshkai / Fall 2017

Mar 19, 2021

Comments on the course

An essential course for anyone interested in engineering - though basically a repeat of Calculus 12 if you took it in high school. Svetlana's lectures were at a good pace and informative. She handwrote notes on the projector which is much better than skipping through slides.


Take this course seriously. Overconfidence from high school lead me to a poor grade. The textbook is shared for calculus 1 - 4 so it's worth buying a copy.

Course: MATH100Grade: B+Attendance: MandatoryTextbook Use: Yes

Class Ratings

3OK Class
2Barely Useful

Professor Rating

4Good Prof

Prof: Svetlana Oshkai / Fall 2022

Jan 9, 2023

Comments on the course

difficult but necessary for a csc degree.

Course Content

Calculus is always difficult. Not sure if I'll end up applying it once I've graduated.

Comments on the professor

Prof. Oshkai is friendly and good at explanations. I think she does her best given the absurd difficulty of the course content.


This is statistically the most difficult calculus course. Spend as much time on it as is physically possible, 2-3 hours per day minimum.

Course: MATH101Delivery: In personGrade: B+Workload: Very HeavyTextbook Use: Yes
Attendance HeavyAssignment HeavyQuiz HeavyExam Heavy

Class Ratings

2.7OK Class
1Very Hard
3Kinda Interesting

Prof: Svetlana Oshkai / Spring 2020

Apr 7, 2021

Comments on the course

Probably the hardest calc class out of Calc 1-4, this is mostly because the class is heavily theory based. Svetlana is not a good prof, I would try and avoid her if you can, there is lots of other Calc profs that are better. Nothing against her really she seems like a nice person, just is not very reasonable, her examples are not good, and sometimes her writing is hard to understand. Midterms were fair, final was brutal. Keeping up with the weekly homework is the best way to study.


Do lots of practice questions and try and get Trefor or Mohammed as a prof, or really anyone else.

Course: MATH101Grade: BAttendance: MandatoryTextbook Use: No