You can use sage to enroll in a section of Math 5a, 10a, or 10b, or to switch sections.
If the section you want is closed, try for another section or keep using sage to try for your first choice. There is a lot of movement in and out of sections during the first week of classes. If you're the next person checking a section after another student has dropped it, you'll get that open spot.
Students who check sage frequently usually can get into one of their top choices of section.
If you haven't been able to enroll in a section, you can and should attend class. All the instructors are used to this. If you turn in homework in one section and then switch to another, your first instructor will give the graded assignment to your new instructor.
You may not enroll in two sections at the same time.
We do not shut students out of 5a, 10a or 10b. You will be able to enroll in a section that fits your schedule, but we cap all the classes to make sure that no one section gets too big. This means that while you will get into a section, you might not get your top choice (see below).
If there is only a day or two left in the add/drop period and you have not been able to enroll in a section that fits into your academic schedule, please see Ms. Catherine Broderick in the math department office (room 216–218). Ms. Broderick will check your schedule on sage and then (if there is no open section that fits your schedule) will give you a consent code. Note again that the consent code might not be for your top choice of section.
Ms. Broderick is the only person who can give consent codes.
The math department does not keep waiting lists (i.e., demand lists) for Math 5a, 10a, or 10b.