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Professor Packard is an amazing choice. I love her. He truly cares about his students and bubbly. She made learning math fun, even it this subject is normally not fun for me. She'll provide many resources as well. Be reminded that, you really need to put an effort in her class. And if you do, it is almost impossible to fail. Actually, I'm looking forward on her class. If needed, I'll choose her class again.
Professor Carpenter is knowledgeable and a relaxed one. However, his lectures can be boring, due to his monotone voice. You'll fall probably fall asleep. But I suggest, you need to attend to his lecture since, he'll give out a five point activities. His quizzes and tests were online and it's still difficult though. Even if you'll open the books, it still takes a long time to finish it. Just do your best on each assignment.
Professor Mitton was a high quality one, than most of the FAU instructors. He deserves students, who make an effort. He will not think for you. Instead, he'll guide you to think for yourself. He challenges students' beliefs without prejudice. Definitely, his class makes worth of your time, money and effort. If you want to learn more, take his class.
Professor O'Neil was very understanding, especially during this pandemic. However, you have to work for your grade. He'll give more difficult exams than other professors, but this will prepare you for the final. If given a chance, I'll absolutely take his class again.
He is a grammar policeman. He's still a bit of a snob when it comes to giving instructions. He won't respond to questions about instruction via email, so if you need assistance, talk to your classmates. Every day, he was ten minutes late for class. I had an A for the majority of the year before his training became so poor that I missed an assignment and received a B.
Nothing is ever graded on time. Up until finals week, I only had two assignments graded, so I had no way of knowing how I was doing until the final. I'm an online student, but I wouldn't advise anyone to take his courses because you'll never know how well you're doing.
She's a fantastic professor; I had her for 201 and then for 202. This class is challenging in general, but if you show up and take good notes, you should be fine. I suggest you stay on top of Wiley. Plus, unlike in 201, there is no bonus for tutoring, so don't expect extra credit. I got a B in 201 and assumed that 202 would be better.
Professor Zoto is passionate about teaching basic chemistry. He assigns a ton of work, but it is relatively simple to complete. I recommend not missing a class because he covers a lot of material. He is always eager to assist and is extremely reasonable! What a fantastic teacher he is! I wish he could teach biochemistry!
Dr. Savell is a wonderful guy. He is incredibly sweet and concerned about all of his pupils, and he is also very enthusiastic about the topic of the class. The lecture can be tedious at times, and he can stray from the subject, but if you have perfect attendance, you can actually skip the final.
He's a hilarious professor who gets to know his students by trying to remember their names. Since the content of this class is very difficult and there is a lot to understand, he rushes through it, which is actually the essence of the course. He knows how to respond to questions and is always courteous and polite. He's honestly a good prof for this course!
She assigns so many homework and tasks that she is unable to keep up with the grading. Her lectures are difficult to follow because she speaks with a thick accent. She is unreliable when it comes to responding to emails or phone calls.
She was passionate about what she was doing and the class was very engaging. Her lectures were short and very entertaining. There are a lot of quizzes, but she still goes over the material in class first, and study guides are for extra credit. Overall, this was a nice class! You will pass if you do your part.
I had Professor Preiss at Borough of Manhattan Community College. He's awkwardly funny but relaxed. His class consists of three easy tests, a final and homework. He'll provide exact questions before the test, just with different numbering. So, it's easy to get a perfect score. The Mathlab assignments were easy as well. However, he teaches slower than other professors though. I suggest, you learn the subject matter first, before the final. Also, he barely takes attendance and took a while to reply on emails. On the other hand, he'll answer your questions.
Professor Gervase's passion for teaching really shines throughout the classroom. He really enjoyed seeing his students improve. His frequent jokes were enjoyable as well. The classroom atmosphere was always very positive and conducive to learning. He actually has ASL teaching practically down to a science because his teaching style is very effective. Overall, I love this class.
Professor Mortha leads a very structured but independent online class. Her syllabus is clear and this is all you need to follow for you to succeed. The book is online. In addition, she'll give you unlimited opportunity to get 100% on homework and multiple attempts on quizzes. Definitely review her exam study guides before exams. Just do the work and you'll pass.
Professor Luna is very sweet. If you're not much involved in the topic of women's research, its going to be like a lot of busy work. Her class consists of three to four articles in total, pop quizzes, reading homework and group presentation. It's all group work in a semester. Attendance is not mandatory though and she'll offer extra credit.
Jerome is fantastic! He'll go over what you need to know about homework and provide you with practice tests to help you prepare for your exams. The sample exam is correct in terms of question type and subjects he'll be covering. Before the lesson, he needs you to read the book first, and he will assign small questions based on the readings.