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1. Rating on Richard Jordan in the Political Science department

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Opinion: Fund./Grand Strategy - Dr. Jordan is the best professor I've had in the political science department. His lectures are designed for you to learn and retain information - I still can recall verbatim parts of the readings and theory he emphasized. He is very kind and willing to help you succeed in the class if you put in effort. Don't blow off his class, but instead prepare weekly for his quizzes and you'll be set for the final. He has high standards for his students and does everything in his power to help you reach those standards with your own efforts. I cannot recommend him more highly. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2018-07-17
2. Rating on Thomas Ward in the Philosophy department

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Opinion: FYS 1399 - Dr. Ward was my favorite teacher I've ever had! He has the perfect mix of funny stories and teaching, and just genuinely has an amazing personality. You can tell that he cares about each student, and is very helpful and understanding. I learned so much in his class because he really pushes you do be and do your absolute best. He doesn't accept mediocre effort. You have to really work for your A and earn it. I'm a science major, so philosophy was not really my thing, but being in his class made me really appreciate the subject and stretched my brain with every single reading and paper. The amount of work was not excessive, and if he feels like he assigned too much for the time left in the class, he is willing to remove assignments or papers to help you out. Overall, I would recommend anyone to take Dr. Ward if you can! I wish I could take another one of his classes. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2018-07-16
3. Rating on Joshua Patrick in the Statistics department

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Opinion: STA 2381 - Dr. Patrick was overall a good teacher! His lectures weren't the most interesting, but he does explain things very well and answers any questions you have. I felt like when I went into office hours he was very nice and he genuinely wants you to do well. The workload isn't that bad, pretty standard for a math class. The homework isn't due until the class before the test, which can be helpful if you have to prioritize another class one night or something. You get to make a cheat sheet for every test, even the final! With all that said, I think if you can take Dr. Patrick, you should. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2018-07-16
4. Rating on Vanessa Castleberry in the Chemistry department

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Opinion: CHE 1302H - Dr. Castleberry is one of the nicest professors I've ever had. You can tell she genuinely cares about all her students and is super willing to help you if you are struggling. She gives out extra credit just for showing up to class, which gets added onto your test grades. So, it's actually not that hard to get an A in her class, as long as you just keep up with your HW and generally understand what is going on in the class. Her teaching style is not my favorite, because she puts a powerpoint slide up and says a bunch of useful things while you're frantically trying to write down everything on the slide. So you don't really get much of what she says, but as said before, she is always willing to help by answering any questions. We did example problems of almost every topic in the slides, so that was helpful to understand how to apply the concepts. I would highly recommend going to SI, as it's another opportunity to walk through the topics in different kinds of problems than the ones in class. Overall, she was a great professor and I would recommend taking her for Chemistry. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2018-07-16
5. Rating on Lynne Hinojosa in the Great Texts department

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Opinion: GTX 2301H - Dr. Hinojosa was a very nice professor! She was always well prepared and you can tell she cares about what she's teaching. I was also able to garner a lot of good information from her about some more difficult texts. The workload is very doable and she outlines the requirements for the papers clearly. She didn't seem like that hard of a grader, and if you just do the reading and take notes on what she says in class, it should be pretty easy to get an A. Overall, I would highly recommend taking her for Great Texts if you can. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2018-07-16
6. Rating on Billie Hulke in the Spanish department

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Opinion: SPA 2320 - Profesora Hulke is the sweetest lady I have ever met. She genuinely wants everyone to succeed and never makes things super hard. She understands if you make mistakes and doesn't make you feel stupid about it. The homework is super easy and takes hardly any time at all, and studying for the quizzes and tests isn't that hard. They are just over what you did in the homework, so basically all you need to do is understand the homework to get an A on the tests. The only negative thing I could say about her class was that it is pretty repetitive in terms of the types of assignments you get and what you do in class. Overall, TAKE PROFESORA HULKE IF YOU CAN. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2018-07-16
7. Rating on Steven Jug in the History department

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Opinion: World Cultutes 4 - I am fully confident that all of the positive reviews are written by Steven Jug himself. There is not a shred of doubt that he is so self conscious that he isn’t monitoring this website daily in order to make sure that his rating is what he envisions it should be. Jug is an intelligent man, but should not be a professor. He seems likable and fun during large group when he dresses up, but it’s tacky and should be left for a kindergarten field trip. The horror begins when you’re in his small group. His teaching method is beyond boring and he will spitefully sit there in silence if no one answers his poorly worded and confusing questions. Literally, he will sit there for 5-10 minutes of a 50 minute class. He doesn’t seem to understand how to communicate with his students in order to relate to them, which is important, and something 90% of BIC professors do exceptionally. He’ll make time to meet and speak to you about assignments, but if there is literally any other option to take as a professor, take it. Some people don’t mind Jug, but I haven’t met anyone who genuinely liked him. When you make your decisions on which professor to take, do yourself a favor and pick literally any other professor. And again, I know this might clash with other reviews- but don’t those reviews seem a little fabricated? A little like a professor is trying too hard to write his own? Think about it. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2018-07-10
8. Rating on Steven Jug in the Baylor Interdisciplinary Core department

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Opinion: World Cultutes 4 - I am fully confident that all of the positive reviews are written by Steven Jug himself. There is not a shred of doubt that he is so self conscious that he isn’t monitoring this website daily in order to make sure that his rating is what he envisions it should be. Jug is an intelligent man, but should not be a professor. He seems likable and fun during large group when he dresses up, but it’s tacky and should be left for a kindergarten field trip. The horror begins when you’re in his small group. His teaching method is beyond boring and he will spitefully sit there in silence if no one answers his poorly worded and confusing questions. Literally, he will sit there for 5-10 minutes of a 50 minute class. He doesn’t seem to understand how to communicate with his students in order to relate to them, which is important, and something 90% of BIC professors do exceptionally. He’ll make time to meet and speak to you about assignments, but if there is literally any other option to take as a professor, take it. Some people don’t mind Jug, but I haven’t met anyone who genuinely liked him. When you make your decisions on which professor to take, do yourself a favor and pick literally any other professor. And again, I know this might clash with other reviews- but don’t those reviews seem a little fabricated? A little like a professor is trying too hard to write his own? Think about it. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2018-07-10
9. Rating on Steven Jug in the Slavic Eastern European Studies department

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Opinion: World Cultures 4 - I am fully confident that all of the positive reviews are written by Steven Jug himself. There is not a shred of doubt that he is so self conscious that he isn’t monitoring this website daily in order to make sure that his rating is what he envisions it should be. Jug is an intelligent man, but should not be a professor. He seems likable and fun during large group when he dresses up, but it’s tacky and should be left for a kindergarten field trip. The horror begins when you’re in his small group. His teaching method is beyond boring and he will spitefully sit there in silence if no one answers his poorly worded and confusing questions. Literally, he will sit there for 5-10 minutes of a 50 minute class. He doesn’t seem to understand how to communicate with his students in order to relate to them, which is important, and something 90% of BIC professors do exceptionally. He’ll make time to meet and speak to you about assignments, but if there is literally any other option to take as a professor, take it. Some people don’t mind Jug, but I haven’t met anyone who genuinely liked him. When you make your decisions on which professor to take, do yourself a favor and pick literally any other professor. And again, I know this might clash with other reviews- but don’t those reviews seem a little fabricated? A little like a professor is trying too hard to write his own? Think about it. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2018-07-10
10. Rating on Steven Jug in the Russian department

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Opinion: World Cultures 4 - I am fully confident that all of the positive reviews are written by Steven Jug himself. There is not a shred of doubt that he is so self conscious that he isn’t monitoring this website daily in order to make sure that his rating is what he envisions it should be. Jug is an intelligent man, but should not be a professor. He seems likable and fun during large group when he dresses up, but it’s tacky and should be left for a kindergarten field trip. The horror begins when you’re in his small group. His teaching method is beyond boring and he will spitefully sit there in silence if no one answers his poorly worded and confusing questions. Literally, he will sit there for 5-10 minutes of a 50 minute class. He doesn’t seem to understand how to communicate with his students in order to relate to them, which is important, and something 90% of BIC professors do exceptionally. He’ll make time to meet and speak to you about assignments, but if there is literally any other option to take as a professor, take it. Some people don’t mind Jug, but I haven’t met anyone who genuinely liked him. When you make your decisions on which professor to take, do yourself a favor and pick literally any other professor. And again, I know this might clash with other reviews- but don’t those reviews seem a little fabricated? A little like a professor is trying too hard to write his own? Think about it. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2018-07-10
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