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1. Rating on Lynn Tatum in the Religion department

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Opinion: BIC - I was dissatisfied with my experience with Dr. T. He gave zero feedback on my term papers. Class was sometimes interesting but highly repetitive and unfocused. Exams were fine, but do not go into too much depth on your free response or you will run out of time. choice free response and essays. Overall a lack of empathy is reflected in his pedagogy and dealings with students. He has no patience for in depth inquiry, especially in regard to interpretative (hermeneutical) questions. He has a tendency to shut down conversation whenever he is unfamiliar with the intuition at hand. He opts to control the room when he doesn't understand a perspective. He doesn't ask questions; he projects his own bias and assumes you are either wrong or misinformed. Pedagogically, this is irreconcilable within the interdisciplinary context of BIC. That is not to say you won't learn a lot from taking Dr. T. He has a wealth of experience about the world and shares his knowledge without getting bogged down by a syllabus (you may dislike that if you need an instructor who sticks to a plan--Dr. T spends most of your time drawing maps on the board and telling anecdotal stories with only tangential connection to the content of your readings). Overall I do not recommend Dr. Tatum. If you have a problem, he will criticize you instead of helping. Good luck. - Grade In Class:F
Date Listed: 2017-10-20
2. Rating on Jim Patton in the Neuroscience department

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Opinion: 1306 - Terrible Professor. He doesnt help anyone, if you go to office hours he will demean you. He is a misogynist and his tests are impossible. I had a good grade in the course except for his test. He likes to fail students. Terrible Professor - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2017-10-20
3. Rating on Isaac Michael in the Mathematics department

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Opinion: 1320 - He is amazing, I failed precalc twice at baylor but he explained things in a way that made it understandable t me and was helpful during office hours! - Grade In Class:B
Date Listed: 2017-10-20
4. Rating on Barbara Endl in the Physics department

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Opinion: ASTRONOMY - Please don't do it, take anyone else here. She is a terrible professor and not that nice to people who visit in office hours. She curves but even with it it is nearly impossible to do well and you will somehow leave having learned nothing. Don't do it. - Grade In Class:B
Date Listed: 2017-10-20
5. Rating on Karenna Malavanti in the Neuroscience department

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Opinion: 3323 - Dr. Malavanti is a wonderful professor! As a senior she has been one of my top 3 I have had. She gives a little bit of homework but its not overwhelming at all, it is really an almost freebie and helps to boost your grade. Her tests are reasonable and she is a fair grader, she is super friendly and a very entertaining lecturer, sometimes I forget how much I love learning but she helped me find my passion again. She regularly shows demonstration videos to keep things fun and interesting and to help you better understand, and is so open and friendly you will want to go to office hours just to talk to her. Highly recommend and will be taking her again for cognition. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2017-10-20
6. Rating on Jeanne Murphy in the Communication Sciences & Disorders department

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Opinion: 4368 - As a senior currently applying for graduate school for audiology, I can honestly say Dr. Murphy makes me want to rethink this career path. I started this class excited to learn more about audiology and now it's the class I look forward to the least. The level of unorganization is astounding. We didn't receive the syllabus until three weeks into the semester and it was changed three times. In addition, she moved two quizzes twice due printer issues and forgetting. The test had more material from the Intro to Audiology class than her own class. She uses a different professor's powerpoints and seldom seems prepared for class. With such an amazing CSD faculty I am disappointed that my education is being restricted by this one professor. - Grade In Class:B+
Date Listed: 2017-10-20
7. Rating on Jeanne Murphy in the Communication Sciences & Disorders department

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Opinion: 4368 - I wanted to go to Audiology graduate school, and this class is one of few audiology related classes that Baylor offers, and I am truly disappointed. I have learned little to nothing and I am bored to death. She takes weeks to go over one power point, and then blames her shortcomings on the length of the class and the professor who wrote the powerpoint. The class runs really behind, and not all of the material is covered. There were three syllabuses given out and the date of every project, quiz, and test was changed either the day of or a few days before. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2017-10-20
8. Rating on Jeanne Murphy in the Communication Sciences & Disorders department

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Opinion: 4368 - This is by far the most boring class I have ever had which is very unfortunate considering this major is so great. I had Dr. Drew for audiology and learned so much, I was so excited to take this class and learn more, but did not learn anything. She constantly revised the syllabus, canceled quizzes, while never taking responsibility. She never knew the answers to questions we have regarding the material. We had a project that everyone struggled with because we had not yet gone over the slides with the information needed for the project. She is not helpful and you have to teach yourself the material. It's unfortunate that she is the only professor for this class. - Grade In Class:B+
Date Listed: 2017-10-20
9. Rating on Jeanne Murphy in the Communication Sciences & Disorders department

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Opinion: 4368 - She is honestly one of the worst teacher's I have ever had. She has come late to multiple classes. She has changed the date of the quizzes on the quiz day--so we would study for hours to only have it changed (this happened twice--once because she had printer issues and another because she forgot about the quiz????). Her tests have information that we did not go over in class....It took her 8 class periods to get through one four page powerpoint. We have had three new revised syllabus'. She uploads nothing on canvas. She does not take responsibility when she makes a mistake. It takes weeks to get our grades back. When asked a question, she is unable to answer or answers in a way that does not actually answer the question. I have multiple friends who are applying for audiology graduate school that are considering changing majors because they dislike the class so much. Honestly very disappointed in this class- I really was looking forward to learning more about audiology. Most importantly, I feel like I have learned nothing that will aid me in my education. I am disappointed in the quality of this class. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2017-10-20
10. Rating on Kyunglim Nam in the Mathematics department

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Opinion: 1320 - If you can help it- DO NOT TAKE THIS CLASS, it is the BIGGEST JOKE! She is hands down the WORST teacher. She is very nice, but nice does not get you a good grade or concept of the material. She has a very strong accent and does not know what she's doing a lot of the time (many in my class have proven her answers wrong on the homework and take home quizzes). She has very confusing methods of doing things and simply does not cover all of the materials required to do well on the test. We must grade our own homework by looking at her answers online (which is not helpful whatsoever) and we are left completely dumbfounded come exam days. When asking for help she simply says "read the textbook" or "look at my answers online"- again, not helpful. It really disappoints me that Baylor would have someone, such as her, be a professor. - Grade In Class:DROP
Date Listed: 2017-10-19
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