Well, I'm a Computer Science major, and I'm trying to figure out where in my area I should take Calculus over the Summer. Here are my issues. I've been taking most of my Classes at Richland College. However, they have policies I don't care for regarding Precalculus and higher classes. They don't allow calculators on exams, and they only give you an hour to take the exams. So the classes are pretty tough. I was so intimidated that I opted to go to another DCCCD school called Brookhaven and take Precalculus with a Math teacher I knew from High School. At that school, they allow you to take the test in the Testing Center. You can use a TI-84 and stay in there until they close if you want. But, while the testing conditions are better, I'm having issues because he doesn't assign any homework or give quizzes, and self-study with no external rewards doesn't work so well for me. So, I've been considering taking my Calculus classes at University of Texas at Dallas, because they offer 11-week Summer classes. They're a lot more expensive, but I'm hoping that the classes will be better. Also, they offer a two semester Calculus sequence that consists of MATH 2417 and MATH 2419. Another idea I had was going to Collin College in Plano. They offer 10-week courses, and also have the accelerated MATH 2417 and 2419. I would be paying more in tuition than at Richland (but less than UTD), and it might be worth it if their Math program is better. So, does anyone have experience with the Calculus classes in and around Dallas? Or at least have general advice about choosing a good school or teacher? The thing to note about my learning style is that I benefit a lot from drawing or looking at graphs, I get stressed by strict time limits during exams, but I like the pressure of having homework due or a possible pop quiz to keep me motivated. If possible, I also like having teachers that are willing to provide feedback on what I'm doing wrong before a test comes up, rather than just making me take it and find out the hard way that I've been solving the problems incorrectly somehow even though I'm getting the right answer (for instance, not showing the step of simplifying fractions).