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Professor McCartney sent us several emails a day clarifying content, providing resources, and even working out difficult homework topics. She gave sufficient resources for you to succeed in class. Most of the negative feedback comes from bitter students, who thought they wouldn't have to get their grades before COVID. Honestly, she handled Covid-19 the best compared to all of my professors. I will give her more than a perfect score.
Professor Maness is wonderful. He's knowledgeable about the guitar. He's great about communicating that knowledge in a simpler way. He truly wants you to succeed. Also, he's able to condense the most valuable and useful material into simple lessons and exercises. On top of that, he's hilarious.
Professor Renfrew is unorganized and you don't really know what is applicable. She demands you know about field trips that supposedly earn extra points. Also, she often rants about Fritz Coleman. I read the article in the Times about the restraining order against her. Why is she still allowed to teach here?
Professor Hartman is a wise choice for Economics. I took the class online. The assessment was clear and easily accessible if I had any questions. There were several different things due throughout the semester, but none were overwhelming though. I suggest you do the homework and study halfway for the exams, then you'll be fine.
Professor Dyer is not bad. She goes through the slides at a slower pace than they were posted online. Most of your grades come from exams, so do well on them. She notes fairly and will provide extra credit though.
Professor Frank loves psychology. He loves it if you ask questions, so don't be afraid. He's a bit of a tough grader on a paper we had and exams were more difficult than expected though. However, if you study the book and lecture slides, then you should be fine.
Doctor D'brot is my favorite professor at Southern Methodist University. It was a larger class and he still cared and tried to know people's names. His exams were open notes. Yes, there's a lot of material in class but you'll be fine if you do it. Also, You can speak with him outside the classroom and you'll learn a lot. Honestly, I learned a lot in this course. If you need Uc credit, take this class.
Professor O'Hara has terrible lectures. He does lecture all the time in class. On the positive side, his class consists of only two exams, no papers, and no homework. You can easily pass too.
Doctor Rao has been very helpful this semester. We had many problems with Examity due to the Coronavirus shutdown in India and he was able to help students overcome problems and make exceptions for many of us. The usual homework load in MyOMLab software, with an easy book to read. The exams were very similar to homework as well as quizzes, quantitatively and qualitatively.
Professor Leiderman is really kind. It's obvious that he's very passionate about the subject and knows what he's talking about. The class is not compulsory, but there are random pop quizzes. There are three home exams that have no time limit as well. They are based on strictly detailed readings, and the answer options differ by only one word. He talks very fast too.
Professor Loiacono is one of the kindest and most great instructors at the University of Wisconsin. His class is heavy on reading, but not too hard. His discussions were relatively short and direct. Also, he focuses more on having discussions in class. There was some group homework, but they're fine too. Overall, it's a good class.
Dr. Sowers' course is quite straightforward. But, she's the toughest grader when it comes to writing. She doesn't lend any help as well. Also, It takes forever for her to grade. Honestly, I took her class because it was online instead of taking a teacher who met in person once a week. I suggest you take another professor for this class.
Professor Rie is amazing. She's informative and engaging when she due the lectures. She really knows and connects with the material she teaches, and that's what makes the classes very enjoyable. I really felt like I was in her class. Be mindful that her exams can be tricky. I suggest you pay attention to class, study and you'll be fine.
Professor Garcia requires some work and is easier than other Spanish classes. This is a required class for a minor. I saw a review that said he was rude, which I somewhat agree with. His mood, when he evaluates your assignment, determines your assessment. I got a low B on a paper that was much better than one of my classmates who got an A. And unfortunately, he said he was in a bad mood when he graded mine.
Professor Darcey is amazing. She really cares about her students. She has her own course guide and that's the only thing you need to pass. She gives a lot of practice questions, exercises, and activities before each exam, to make sure you understand the material. Overall, if you work hard, you'll get an A.
Professor Wallace is good. Just attend the class and pay attention. He gives a good amount of work and plenty of time to do it. Don't wait until the last minute to do it. Also, he's amazingly understanding and if you need anything, just talk to him and you'll find a solution. I suggest you attend the class, read, and pay attention, then you'll get an A.
Doctor Reynolds is a great professor. Her tests are directly from her PowerPoint and she does not use textbooks. Final exams replace the lowest test grade, I went from a low B to a high A because of this. The test has only twenty-five questions, so there's less room for errors. I suggest you do the practice exams and go to her office during hours for any questions.
Initially, Professor Choi is difficult to understand, but you'll grasp it quickly. Extra credit on every exam and very easy. He has pop quizzes at the end of the course, but they are verbatim about the lecture given previously. He takes attendance so be sure to show up. Also, don't be on your phone during class or he'll start ranting. This class is an easy A.