## Math 30PL

Math 30PL covers the same material as Math 30P. It is taught in a large lecture format with small lab sections.

The main benefit of taking Math 30PL instead of Math 30P/30W is that all the students in Math 30PL are in the same lecture. Because of that, the curriculum of the workshop correlates more closely with the curriculum of the lecture. Math 30W sections, however, consist of students from multiple sections of Math 30 & Math 30P. The only reason to choose Math 30P over Math 30PL is if a student is at their unit cap and has to Opt-Out of the co-requisite workshop, Math 30W.

In the past, Math 30PL has had a 20% higher pass rate than Math 30P.

Students who pass Math 30PL are eligible to enroll in Math 31.

The Math 30PL lecture meets at MWF from 12:00 pm - 1:20 pm in WSQ 109.

## Having Trouble Enrolling In Calculus?

There are a number of reasons why students trying to enroll in Calculus class may
receive errors like: "Unable to add this class - requisites have not been met." The **Calculus Enrollment** page covers most issues that students have with enrollment. Please consult that page
and if you are still having issues, contact the Department Office.

The most common issues are:

- Not adding the co-requisite workshop
- The 1-unit workshop putting you over your unit cap
- Trying to add a section that is not open (closed and waitlisted courses won't work)

## Repeating a lower division Math Class more than twice

At the request of colleagues in Physics and Engineering, the Math Department voted
on a new policy for students registering in a *lower division* math course for the third (or more) time. There is a special form entitled **Repeating a Course for More Than Two Times Petition**(pdf) which the instructor must sign for the student to be allowed to register in a course
for the third (or more) time. The Math Department is now asking their instructors
teaching lower division math courses during the regular school year not sign such
forms and let students know that they are only allowed to take a course for the third
time during the summer where they pay the full cost and they are less likely to be
taking up a space from a student who is taking the course for the first time.