DSA is something that I absolutely love doing, and I fell in love with it, within the first three weeks at Masai School.
Some of the best parts in my journey at Masai School were the DSA contests and the OJ. The curriculum is beautifully structured and is perfect for a beginner. I really liked the fact that the DSA contests had all kinds of problems - the easy ones, the tricky ones and the challenging ones - which made sure that all kinds of students had something to get better at, all the time. By the end of the curriculum, we had solved so many questions in every topic (from the basics to some advanced DSA concepts) that I did not feel the need to spend any extra time on external DSA platforms (at least for a basic understanding of important topics).
Aman and Ankush were my favorites in my journey at Masai School. I loved attending their classes. Both of them are passionate about teaching and are extremely good at what they do.
Ankush is perfect for Unit 1 and Unit 2 and for anyone who is just getting started in DSA. His approach to the topics/problems and how patient he was with the students is something that I will always remember and Aman is easily one of the best teachers that I have seen. The best part about Aman's lectures was the fact that, unlike most teachers, he always spoke about why a certain approach/algorithm is working, about what makes a certain approach good and about the right way to approach a problem - which I feel is the right way to teach.