Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Ratings for my winter professors

I had my last class yesterday in school. Now I'm giving rating for all of my classes. This is to Dr. Savage, my O-chem professor" "I liked your class. This is one of the hardest classes I've ever taken in my life. It's tied with Calculus. I sort of wish that you weren't such a hard grader. I've come across instructors who grade as hard as you. However, I do like the professors that give partial credit and the benefit of the doubt. However, probably that doesn't matter in your class because we are graded based on class ranking. You should put that on your syllabus so we know that everyone is competing against each other. I really like how you lecture, teach, and how you let people ask questions inside of class. You are kind of intimidating though. Thanks for picking very good TA's. I love them because they have me helped so much. They are wonderful because I learn just as much from them as I do with your lectures. I would have liked it if we started with a prayer at the beginning of class. We learn better if we invite the Spirit."

This is to Dr. Lephart, my neurobiology professor. I just realized that his first name is Edwin. One of my ancestor's name was Edwin. "I liked your class. I would have liked it better if we started with a prayer when we started class. I liked that Dave always started class with a prayer when he taught us. We learn better by inviting the Spirit. Thanks for picking Amy as a TA. I like going to the review sessions so I can understand the material better."

This is to Brother Williams: "I'm very happy with this class because this was my easiest class by far. I wish all classes were as easy as yours. I would be less stressed about grades. Thanks for teaching about the Book of Mormon and teaching by the Spirit." He received the highest ratings from me and Dr. Savage received the lowest.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

HI Lizzie, How is your DC school quest going? You can knock out your science pre-reqs a lot faster by taking them at the Chiropractic College. It's challenging, but worth it in my opinion.

Lizzie said...

I'm wondering who you are Anonymous. It's going really good. I can take my science pre-reqs at Life College. However, I know Heavenly Father wants me to be at BYU right now. I could go through BYU really fast by not getting a degree; however, I'm sure He wants me to get a degree too. I was going to major in Neuroscience, but now I'm going to change it to Public Health. I want an easier major because I don't want to kill myself over grades and still have a social life.