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Would highly recommend this prof! If it weren't for his support and humor, I never would have survived coronavirus online classes. He even sent a hot topic gift card to my house as a grad gift. Such an amazing human!
Excellent instructor! When teaching the material, he can be a little fast, but if you ask him to slow down, he will. He will ask you to put your phone away or leave if he sees you with it. The workload was moderate, with three weeks to complete the assignments and quizzes. You'll be alright if you tutor, and he curves tests. Final is easy and optional!
She's very nice!!! Super loved her! Her forecasting class was a lot of fun, and I really enjoyed creating the forecasts and trend reports. If you want to go into this field of study, I would highly recommend taking her!
Prof. Farris is honestly the best prof in VSCC! His classes were more difficult than any at Tennessee Tech, but they were also fun. I never got an A in any of his four classes, but I went on to Tech and became a straight A student; so, if you can make it here, you'll be great. Very helpful both in and out of class, and always willing to assist students. 10/10 would recommend!
AVOID THIS CLASS AT ALL COSTS IF YOU DO NOT NEED IT. It seem simple at first, but achieving an A is super hard and she doesn't seem to care at all. Her lectures are tedious, and her test questions are very specific and random. She wouldn't raise my grade even though I was less than a point away from an A-. Because of a gen ed, my GPA has dropped. I feel like she only grades randomly.
Professor Vourliotis is one of the best and bubbliest instructors to teach Nutrition. She always has great PowerPoint slides on the chapters and even gives us six exams, including the final exam, based on the chapters we've learned. Some exams were a bit too difficult than others though. But in the end, I had a 78 on the final and I passed the course.
Professor Rahman is a good teacher. His grading criteria were clear, though heavily weighted in exams. He quickly replies to emails and gives you enough time to prepare for the exam. Overall, I would take his class again.
I took Professor Perrino's class open minded and excited to learn. Now, a semester later, I don't recommend anyone take this class. In addition to having mandatory attendance, she even took points in using phone during lectures. The teaching assistant made the course worse because, it was rude and unhelpful. The grading is hard and will require a lot of work as well.
Professor Parsa is an amazing teacher, both in person and online. She did great in making adjustments after pandemic outbreak. Teaching yourself about Chemistry is difficult. However, it's not possible if you read the book and take notes from her lectures. She also posts helpful YouTube videos as well. Her class consists of weekly quizzes, homework and laboratory exercises, that will help you greatly in the exams. I perfectly recommend her class.
This was a fantastic class! Dr. Donahue has a strong academic background and provides a wealth of real-world experience to the classroom. She's someone who can genuinely assist you with career advice in your chosen field. She is very approachable and genuinely cares about her kids. I also believe she explains the information in an understandable manner.
Dr. Tony is an outstanding professor! His lesson is well-organized, and he distributes his slides so that students may readily take notes. He does give out reading quizzes, but they are pretty simple! The first two exams were a little difficult though. He is very approachable outside of class and will gladly assist you in understanding the math concepts. The class is not horrible in general.
Excellent professor and class. There is a lot of homework, but if you complete it, you will receive an A. The tests were challenging. There are two tests and a final that is optional. You should get a decent mark in this subject if you come to class every day and engage in the labs/workouts.
Dr. Chandler is one of the best lecturers I've ever had at the University of Texas. His lectures are always engaging, despite the fact that each one has about 70 slides. Tests are incredibly difficult, so you must put in the effort, but he is a really accessible professor who cares about his students' success. During COVID, he put in a lot of effort to be fair in his grading.
Mr. Fajardo was undoubtedly one of my favorite professors at SLU. He was always concerned about his students and was lenient with deadlines and grading curves. Many of the other people's reviews surprised me because I've always thought of him as a decent guy. He lectures in a traditional lecture format, and getting an A in his class is relatively easy!
Would highly recommend taking her class! The tests were based on a test bank and were a little confusing at times, but overall they were simple and straightforward. I wish I had gone to her office hours because she's really kind!
Dr. Kuznetsov is a genuinely lovely person, and his lectures are fascinating if you're interested in the human body and movement (Kinesiology). The class is pretty simple and the tests are taken directly from the lectures and workbooks. Papers aren't too difficult, either. To get a good grade, all you need is a basic understanding of physics and a little effort.
Because all workbook and online homework questions are graded on completion, be sure you complete them and submit them on time. The online quizzes and lab exercises are not overly challenging. Dr. S's lesson is only difficult because of his tests, while the chapter reviews are actually pointless. He genuinely cares about his students though, and he even drops the lowest test score.
I wouldn't recommend taking his class. He never responds to students. During the COVID events, he did not make any announcements for the final two months of the semester, keeping us students in the dark. All remaining assignments, tests, and quizzes were canceled, and our final grade was based on such a small amount of content. He's very disorganized! Terrible experience!