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Professor Ellisor is very knowledgeable about history. Actually, his tests were very easy. However, his papers were so difficult to get a B. You'd better know everything about the questions that he'll ask, or you'll ended up with a D on every paper. Don't take his class so that your GPA for history will not be compromised. I suggest you avoid his class.
Professor Murphy is a fantastic teacher. When it comes to art, she is incredibly knowledgeable. Presenting is needed, but the projects you must present are simple and enjoyable to complete. As long as you're able to participate, I suggest taking her lesson.
Yeah, chemistry would be difficult no matter what, but it doesn't help that Professor O'Neil makes tests more difficult in order to make you think more. He claims that it aids learning and can aid students, but it only served to depress me because of the grades I was receiving and how I felt like I didn't know anything until I saw the exam even though I actually understood the homework.
Professor Dunkley is one of my all-time favorite GSU professors. She's hilarious and makes geography fascinating. She offers a lot of extra credit and her exams come directly from the PowerPoint presentations. Take her if you want to take geography. It's totally worth it!
Would highly recommend Prof. Baron for Astronomy! He's a lot of fun and aims to make the topic as interesting as possible, despite how dull it can be. He even gives plenty of extra credit and is always willing to help. I got an A!
She talks like she's speaking to a group of colleagues who are well-versed in the topic. She reads directly from her powerpoint and is unable to adequately describe concepts to novice students. Her homework tasks are extremely difficult, and she does not provide you with all of the information you need. To get through the lesson, you'll have to read the book.
This is a tough class. If you just need it for science credit, DO NOT take it. I dedicated an unreasonably large amount of time to this class. We had weeks with two chapters of reading, a midterm, a discussion post, and 40 minutes of video lectures. She's a decent professor, but 99 percent of the class is self-taught.
Terrible prof! Don't take him if you don't want to mess with your GPA. My GPA dropped because of him. I completed all term papers and writing assignments, received an A on all tests, and completed an extra credit assignment only to get an A, but I'm not sure on what basis he gave me a B+.
Professor Carpenter is probably one of my favorite biology instructors. Although he's monotone during lectures, he's very knowledgeable about the subject matter. He's very relaxed as long as you're quiet when he's lecturing. The class was made up of a project, three online exams and a few in class assignments, which were easy. I'll totally take his class again.
Professor McDaniel is a highly recommended instructor if you're terrified of public speaking like me. She makes you feel welcomed in the classroom environment, to the point where you won't feel scared of public speaking. The class consists of four very easy as well as fun speeches, with easy quizzes and tests that were on McGraw Hill. Also, she'll always tell stories and encouraged students participation to make the class more fun.
Professor Coliton's class is my favorite. I'm always excited to attend his classes every week. He's very organized which is very helpful. Also, he's very direct as to what he expects of you. As long as you can keep an open communication with him, you'll pass. Sadly, Covid-19 ruined my favorite class.
Professor Vargas is one of the best instructor at HCC. She truly cares about her students. I took her for an eight-week online course. Gladly, everything was clear and straight forward. Having an A is easy, if you apply yourself. I wish she was my teacher for my entire courses. Please do take her class.
Professor Perera is literally the best Calculus instructor that I've ever had. Although her accent can make it difficult at times to understand, she breaks down the content very well and provides a lot of examples. If you do the homework and the in class examples, you'll excel in everything.
Prof. Bowen is okay. She is pleasant and considerate, but she does not teach in a systematic manner. She only gives occasional lectures. It seems that she is having a hard time staying on subject. Her quizzes are a little difficult, but she compensates with a curve. She's a pretty decent prof overall!