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1. Rating on Mack Gingles in the Art department

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Opinion: Drawing 1 - I personally loved being in Professor Gingle's drawing class. Each drawing assignment I completed helped me understand more about drawing and really helped to improve my art overall. I would not say this class is easy because in order to do well, you need to put a lot of time and effort into your drawings. I spent many hours outside of class each week in order to complete each drawing. Work days were really relaxed as we worked on our drawings and we were able to listen to music. During class, Professor Gingles would walk around and give helpful tips on how to fix our artwork. Also, he would allow us to email him or go to his office if we had questions about our artwork outside of class. He may seem quiet at first but once you get to know him, he is really easy to talk to during and outside of class. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2019-01-15
2. Rating on Wrzesinski in the Communication Sciences & Disorders department

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Opinion: ASL 1 - Wrezinski is an AMAZING teacher. She is helpful, makes sure that you know what she is signing, and she genuinely cares about her students and their success. I'm already looking forward to take her again, since she is one of the main professors in the ASL minor. She can be a bit difficult on grading, but it doesn't take too much to do well. The only reason I didn't get an A is because I did not try hard enough at the beginning of the semester. She is awesome. - Grade In Class:B
Date Listed: 2019-01-15
3. Rating on Clay Butler in the English department

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Opinion: Intro to Linguistics - Dr. Butler is an amazing teacher. He really cares that the students learn the material but isn't difficult about it. He wants people to succeed in his class and it shows. I have nothing bad to say about him, I would have an A if I had tried harder towards the beginning. - Grade In Class:B+
Date Listed: 2019-01-15
4. Rating on Patricia Pierce in the French department

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Opinion: French 1 - I really enjoyed the class and Mme. Pierce. That being said, the class is not that easy. She plays favorites with students which can get annoying (not even favorites, she just decides who she likes the least) and her tests are bearable but she manages to find the most random pieces of material, making it hard to know exactly what to study. She really is great and I would recommend her, but I would not exactly call her an easy professor. - Grade In Class:C+
Date Listed: 2019-01-15
5. Rating on Donald Greene in the Geography department

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Opinion: World Geography - If you do not take World Geography, I'm not sure what you're doing. The tests are pretty simple and the quizzes are direct copies of what he puts on Canvas. The class was a little dull, but since he doesn't take attendance all you really need to do is go on quiz and test days. Definitely the easiest class I have taken at Baylor. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2019-01-15
6. Rating on Bruce Gietzen in the Journalism department

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Opinion: Writing for Mass Media - I did not enjoy this class, in fact it made me drop the major. It's a requirement for the major which makes sense, but means you should not take it with Gietzen. He is not great at teaching (the only reason he teaches the class is cause he has been a news anchor for a long time). He never explained to write in AP style, causing grades to suffer because we had no idea what we were doing. I learned more from Googling "how to write in AP style" than I did from him. - Grade In Class:C+
Date Listed: 2019-01-15
7. Rating on Charlotte Pisors in the Mathematics department

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Opinion: Ideas in Mathematics - This class was AWFUL when it is supposed to be a math pre-requisite. She is not helpful at all, when you miss class she will still give you a 0 for the homework even though she never replies to emails when you ask what chapter to do for homework. Then, as if that was not bad enough, she has homework quizzes, where you are supposed to copy the answers she puts from the board from the questions in the homework. Not bad right? Well when you miss class, miss homework cause she won't tell you which ones to do, and seem to only have the homework for chapters she didn't even grade, then the quizzes go awfully. Half the class dropped and the other half got C's. Spare your GPA and take someone else. - Grade In Class:DROP
Date Listed: 2019-01-15
8. Rating on Joshua Keene in the Anthropology department

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Opinion: Intro to Anthropology - This class was really boring. I took it to fulfill a social science credit, or else I would have dropped from not being interested at all. He is a very nice guy and is actually very helpful, he just talk way too much about dirt and the pleistoscene. He also makes it super necessary for your grades for you to now the different stages of evolution, which I'm literally never going to use. - Grade In Class:B+
Date Listed: 2019-01-15
9. Rating on Jacquelyn Duke in the Biology department

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Opinion: Exploring the Living Wrld - This class was actually pretty interesting, but that's really only because she goes off on tangents every few minutes. She's very nice, but she cannot stay focused on the material. To make it worse, although informative, the lab is really, really pointless. You basically learn the same info from class, but it's put in really weird ways (throwing colored pasta into the grass, building "animals" out of sugar cubes). Ultimately, I would take the class, just be prepared to cram a bit harder for the tests than you normally would. - Grade In Class:B+
Date Listed: 2019-01-15
10. Rating on Jonathan Kanary in the English department

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Opinion: 1302 - Mr. Kanary is an outstanding teacher. He is thoughtful and promotes discussion among the students. He chooses interesting articles for the class to read that are relevant to college students. He assigns daily work that is manageable-light reading and writing just a paragraph. He wants you to become a better writer and thinker so he is going to be tough on grading your papers, but he explains very clearly what your mistakes are and how to fix them. You will have to work hard for an A on essays-which comprise most of your final grade-but he will read over your rough draft if you take it to him in office hours and help you improve it significantly. Definitely take him for your english requirement; you will grow as a person! - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2019-01-15
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