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Professor Ron Jenkins
Liberty University
Overall D
1 ratings,  [AVG: 16 min, 39 sec]
Workload: Responsible Grading: -

Enjoys Teaching C Arrogance: Cocky
Speaks & Writes Clearly D Respect for Students: None
Sensible Lectures B Appreciates Creativity: Some
Organized course D Student Feedback is: Ignored
Instructor Effort D
Entirely Useless
Grading System:
Course Requirements:
Assignment Instructions
Unclear or Misleading
Exam Design:
Badly written
Exam Coverage:
Grades Reflect:
Nothing; no meaning at all
Final Grade Verification:
Grade is grade - no change
Gets class involved F
Competent with material D
Friendly/Sociable B-
Adds to content B
This instructor is:



Overall: D
The course weren't simply hard.  I've had hard courses in other universities (courses like psycholinguistics and cognitive psych), and prevailed with low A grades in each.  The counseling courses at Liberty are designed to weed out 80% or more of the students, most of whom are distance learning students.  In this so-called “Christian” university, it's all about the money.  Constantly keep new students coming in, and kicking out the old ones, in order to keep the cash carousel turning.  I make this claim, because the only alternative explanation as to why I was victimized by Liberty U.  is that the university is honest, but severely incompetent.  My grades don't reflect it, but I learned a lot.  I learned a lot more than my professors would be willing to give me credit for -even if I were to sit with them face to face and explain the concepts introduced in the coursework, lectures, and reading.  In all, Liberty sucks, not because it has to, but because it has chosen to. 
Should do to do well...
Avoid graduate counseling at Liberty University at all costs, unless you take pleasure in wasting thousands of dollars and counless hours preparing for impossible exams, and find satisfaction in dealing with professors who are out of touch with the abilities of even the brightest students. 
Should know...
How can anyone do well in these courses?  The exams are poorly written.  It's as though the professors in the counseling department never learned how to weight exam items.  I knew the subject material as thoroughly as is humanly possible.  What should have been a high A on my exams turned out to be a low C.  The grades came nowhere close to my understanding -and even mastery- of the subject matter. 
Student Competency: Unusually High
Student's Grade: A
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