I just checked the website to take microbiology over the summer and they do offer the MAT106 summer course. There are not a lot of seats filled yet.
If you take Psychology 101, I recommend Dr. ***** ******. I bought the book, only to not use it at all the entire semester. Instead I payed attention in class, wrote everything he wrote on the board into my notes, studied those notes and got an A. If you must use the book, borrow it from the library. They have the books there where you can take them out for two hours at a time while in the library. He is also very helpful and will explain anything you are unsure of in plain English.
As for biology, unfortunately I have not heard about any specific lecture teacher being good. In fact, most of that class seems to be teaching yourself the things from the books and slides they show in class. It seems that all the lecture teachers read off of the slides and that is about it. Avoid Dr. * ******* if you can. I had him last semester and a lot of people found his quizzes difficult. He is very "from the book". He also doesn't have office hours, probably because he is an M.D.
If you know who you are going to get for the lab, get Dr. ****** ************. He gives a list of all the names of the bones and muscles you need to know for the practicals. As for his written tests, just write everything he writes on the board (or whatever he talks about if he doesn't write anything) because that's all he bases his written tests on.
I had Mr. * **** ******* for English and I found him to be a very lenient guy. As long as you do the essay, he will let you revise it again. He even said that if anyone needs help revising their essays, they can go to see him during his office hours and he will look over what you have and tell you what you have to improve. He seems like the kind of guy that as long as he sees you really making that effort, he will give you an A. But since you already took English 101, they'll probably just count that instead.
As for the math, I don't know. The work is easy enough, so I don't think picking a professor will be too much of an issue.