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1. Rating on Ian Grigsby in the Mathematics department

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Opinion: MTH 1309 - He's a very good teacher, tries very hard to help students. Worst quality is terrible jokes. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2019-12-06
2. Rating on Elena Covill in the Mathematics department

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Opinion: MTH 1308 - This was by far the worst teacher I have EVER had. She has no confidence and half of the class was spent having the students look confused as we all got different answers on our calculators than what she was doing on the board and us proceeding to be confused rather than focus on what she's teaching until we finally say she's incorrect. She never curves and barely gives any chances at extra credit or to get points back on tests. Her tests are unfairly hard and as we approached the final exam and every other section of MTH 1308 was finished and doing review, we were still learning what they had learned weeks prior. It was an unfair setting for us all and I would highly discourage her but if you're stuck with her, get an outside tutor and try to attend other sections S.I.'s since she has none. - Grade In Class:C+
Date Listed: 2019-12-06
3. Rating on Gia Chevis in the Accounting department

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Opinion: 5390 - Dr. Chevis is one of the most helpful and passionate professors I've had at Baylor. She's always available to chat in office hours for as long as you need. Definitely one of the most intelligent professors at Hankamer, and has some really great insights on teaching, research, and advising. I will say she has HIGH expectations of her students, and you will find yourself spending hours upon hours in class preparation and final project work. But if you show work ethic and gain a solid grasp of the material, she grades very fairly and doesn't make them the focus of her classes. Both ethics and accounting pedagogy are very time-intensive classes, but both have strongly developed my writing and communication skills and showcase why Baylor's accounting program is so stellar. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2019-12-06
4. Rating on Carie Ford in the Accounting department

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Opinion: 5380 - Dr. Ford is always eager to answer questions and her notes are THE BEST. Hands down the best notes packets I've gotten in a course at Baylor. Master them (not just reading - building quizlets and review from them) and your homework problems and you'll likely get an A on your exams. She's great at explaining material and her tests are fair (Not easy by a long shot, but for accounting? Fair). Homework and research projects are really not bad, but DON'T get behind. She's brimming with enthusiasm, which can be a bit over the top at times, and her Spotify playlists to kick off class are pretty rough. That's about my only complaint. Another awesome professor for an awesome department. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2019-12-06
5. Rating on Tim Thomasson in the Accounting department

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Opinion: 5340 - TIM THOM IS THE G.O.A.T. I hate tax but took this class just because I knew he's the best guy to teach it. Tests aren't easy, but his notes are A+ and if you do your work and try to learn the material odds are you'll get an A. Seriously such a funny guy with a ton of relevant work experience to give you a window into real world accounting. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2019-12-06
6. Rating on Mois├ęs Park in the Spanish department

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Opinion: SPA 3305 - The tests were difficult, but Dr. Park thoroughly prepares you for them. He gets involved in the readings and into his teaching, in a way that makes you want to learn. His classes can be both serious and funny, he keeps you involved in the class and wants you to continue being involved in Spanish. - Grade In Class:B+
Date Listed: 2019-12-05
7. Rating on Michael Mowchan in the Accounting department

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Opinion: 430 - Michael Mowchan was a new professor at Baylor when I took his class. He had taught Audit at American University, and had some experience teaching. However, I was not pleased with his teaching ability and performance as a professor. On multiple occasions, going to office hours or asking questions provided little insight on assignments, which led to points being deducted for medial things that provided no value to the student. Furthermore, Professor Mowchan would create tests and ask questions in which he did not know the answer. A great example of this was when I went to his office to ask a few particular questions, and he had to refer to the Instructor's Manual to provide an answer. That being said, the class is manageable and 36 points out of 1000 points of extra credit were provided. That being said, I would not take him again for audit, or a qualitative class, but a quantitive class such as financial or managerial accounting would be adequate but not preferred. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2019-12-05
8. Rating on Aaron Hatrick in the English department

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Opinion: 1310 - I have really enjoyed his class. There are three major essays that define the course. He explains the essays well and is helpful with questions. He has great availability for office hours and responds to emails well. He is friendly and invested in our success. As long as you put in effort for the essays, the course is not difficult. The essays take time but he is not a ruthless grader. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2019-12-05
9. Rating on Heidi Seward in the Business department

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Opinion: Bus 3315 - She is a huge stickler for grammar which is a 15% of the grade. There are no tests so that is amazing but there are 4 unit quizzes which she takes directly off the end of chapter review. there are also 4 grammar quizzes that help prepare you for the department final (which sucks). Overall it is very easy class BUUUTTTTT GET A GOOD GROUP!!!!! that is most of your grade and i had a SHITTTTTTYYYY group and did the entire paper myself and it was extremely difficult and time consuming but she was very understanding and knew i had shitty people. with a good group this class would be a breeze. - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2019-12-05
10. Rating on Timothy Kayworth in the Information Systems department

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Opinion: MIS 3305 - SUCH A SAINT. He makes a known "hard" classes EASY!!! NO tests, only a few quizzes (they are on quizlet), 2 projects (super easy), and a final. TAKKKKEEE HIMMM!!!! - Grade In Class:A
Date Listed: 2019-12-05
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