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Her lectures on PowerPoint, online quizzes and the coloring book helped a lot with the examinations. Her teaching was okay. However, when you try to ask her questions via email, she becomes annoyed very quickly and rude. She's not a very organized professor which actually gave me a great deal of anxiety.
Prof. Jeanie is kind and caring!!! She gives good feedback on writing. Class is awesome and would really give you foundations to literature. Topics were interesting and workload was fair. 10/10 would recommend to anyone!
I took Prof. Chung for Math 36 Trigonometry. I was afraid I'd do bad in the class, but she made it really understandable. She even spent majority of her time doing ConferZoom workshops and answering questions. She was very very accessible when you need help. I'd definitely take her again!
Prof. Rosalie is honestly the best prof I've ever encountered!!! You'd really benefit a lot from her class. She gives good feedback and clear grading criteria. We also had easy HW and DB. She's pretty accessible and encouraging!!! She's very flexible with deadlines as well. 10/10 would recommend her!
He's pretty amazing! Super helpful and friendly!!! He really wants you to succeed and he'll help you if you reach out to him. Class is pretty much like a tutorial on how you can use MS Office Suite. You'll do fine as long as you follow the assignment instructions in the book step by step. Workload was pretty fair. 10/10 would recommend him!
Professor Siegel is an amazing teacher. However, he ended up with a very bad note, where he knew I needed one more point on the bias of opinion on the basis of the final. Also, he limited this point. So now, I will not receive credits for a hard worked semester. Even if he's a knowledgeable one, but honestly he's very biased. Added that his finals was deep and I turned in a good material. Unfortunately, I still got a C.
I do really had fun with COLL 150. It's a lot of reading and some of the readings are bit difficult. However, Professor Sterling was doing a really good job of making sure, everyone understands the readings. Also, she really cares about her students and is very understanding. She works truly hard to help you improve over the course of the semester.
In the beginning Professor Hargrove's class was smooth. The more work we had, the harder it was for the students to contact her for help. In addition, her grading criteria are different from the way she actually rated the class. I saw how good her reviews were. So, I took her class for Spring 2020. However, I wouldn't recommend taking her class for this course.
Mathematics is always been a struggle for me. However, Professor D'Anna made it easy for me to understand. She's very simple and gets direct to the point. I took her on a Saturday mornings for a three hour lesson and it was definitely worth it. There are three exams and a departmental finals. His exams are also very easy. She doesn't provide too much homework, but be sure to do all of them.
You'll do fine as long as you study her lectures! She's very caring and helpful! It's easy to reach out to her for help. You can see that she's really passionate about teaching, so you'll definitely learn a lot from her!
Topics in class are pretty interesting, but his presentation style is quite mediocre. He is one of the most terrible graders I've ever encountered! We got our first assigned grades the day of the final and he took until the due date for semester grading to return class grades. Wouldn't want to take him again.
Prof. Braxton is amazing! I actually took him for 2 classes. Classes are well-structured and he had clear expectations. He's very accessible during office hours and I feel like he's a tough but fair grader! As long as you do the practice work and reach out to him for help, you'll succeed!
I feel like Prof. Mootoo shouldn't be teaching at all. You won't learn anything from him, so don't bother going to class. I suggest you just watch videos on Youtube, read the textbook, and do all the Wiley practice questions.
It's quite a struggle to get a perfect grade in Prof. Patrick's homeworks, because of all the minor insignificant distinctions. Also, his grading criteria contradicts with what he teaches. When it cam to our research report, he gave unclear rubric and delayed feedback. Class wasn't actually hard but Prof. Patrick made it such a frustrating one.