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Doctor Collins was great. However, his class is difficult and he will make you work very hard for the grade. On the other hand, if you give a hundred percent, the exams are very manageable and you will succeed. I would recommend taking him for Chemistry 119 and 120 at Texas A&M University.
Professor Johnson is very knowledgeable about the topics. He has a lot of good real-world contributions to offer. Honestly, the material itself is quite dry and the lectures were long. However, he has detailed PowerPoints that help a lot on exams. The topic is boring, but he made it interesting in every possible way.
Professor Nevels' class is great, as long as you don't have any questions. If you ask questions, she acts as if you are bothering her. Trying to get help from her was like pulling her teeth. I suggest you listen and make sure you understand everything on your own, then you'll do great.
Doctor Hernandez is a very sweet lady. However, she's not a very good teacher. She makes those really simple ideas into a very complex one which is difficult to follow during the class. Honestly, I went to almost all of her office hours and it still didn't help. I would recommend you to get a tutor for this class.
Professor Mathews knows how to simplify an English class. He sang and played guitar twice for us. For most of the classes, we worked in groups and made brief presentations in front of the class. We usually have to leave twenty minutes early. His class consisted of three open-book quizzes, homework of two essays, four journals, and a research paper.
Professor Hopkins is very nice and caring. She's accessible through text and email outside the class. She extends homework due dates very often and loves quizzes, as well as exams. However, Calculus 2 is very difficult, and she didn't explain anything well. She would just go through the course and do one or two problems on new topics before moving on. Overall, I would not take her class again.
First of all, I would say that Professor Malliet, is the worst that I've ever met at Iowa State University. Actually, I feel that I've wasted my life in every class since he did not teach anything. Instead, he shared the three same stories and talked about his love for Diet Coke. I wish I could go into more detail about how awful he was as a professor. Just believe me.
In general, Physics is difficult. However, Professor Eusebi's lectures were very good. He has an accent, but it's not horrible. Yes, his handwriting is hard to read, but you can ask him and he'll tell you what he wrote. He's nice and helpful too. I admit that the exams were difficult but it's physics. Also, clicker questions. Just make sure you have a high rating online with homework because it will help. I suggest you take his class.
Professor O'Brien is one of the worst professors I've taken at Minnesota State University. Her lectures aren't even worth showing up to because all she does is read off the slides. However, you do need to come to class if you want actual information, on what is going on with the homework, and project. Real Audit is pretty much pointless. All you do is guess answers and hope your score goes up.
Professor Goldfarb is sweet and goofy. However, she's lacking any sense of direction. She's not open to other opinions too. Her assignments constantly change on a whim weekly, if not every class. Also, she assigns reading by a number of pages, not by content. So, it can be a lot. I suggest you don't ask her for advice. She will give you a poor grade if you will follow her. On the other hand, if you already write well, this class is easier.
Professor Weinhold knows how to teach not just lecture. She loves God, her students, and the education profession. If you have a chance to get into her class, then do it. She's by far the best professor at NCU.
Professor O'Grady was amazing. Her online class was a breeze. I did the eight-week course and it was not difficult to keep up that pace. There were discussions, quizzes, and a final exam in her class. The content is also interesting.
You would think a communication teacher would communicate, but not Mr. Fox. This man shows up fifteen to twenty minutes late for each class. When you ask a question, he either ignores you or gives you no answer. It's amazing that he was hired for this job. He's a joke.
I really think Professor Darcy's class should have a C.I.S. designation. In my opinion, it was really an extension of CIS235. I'd be lying if I said I enjoyed this class. Part of the reason that the class is rated very low is that the material simply isn't for everyone. However, Darcy could have done more to improve the situation. His COVID accommodation was great though.
Professor Hauser gives extra credit at the beginning of the semester. This can help you leap from an entire half-letter grade like A- to A. He's funny and really catches the students' attention when teaching. He gives one homework set per week online and it has unlimited tries. Also, the final exam is optional for the class. However, if you want an A+ you will have to take the final.