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Professor Lisa
Auburn University
Overall F
3 ratings,  [AVG: 9 min, 41 sec]
Workload: Reasonable Responsible Grading: D

Enjoys Teaching B- Arrogance: None
Speaks & Writes Clearly B Respect for Students: Some
Sensible Lectures C Appreciates Creativity: Yes
Organized course C+ Student Feedback is: Ignored
Instructor Effort B-
Entirely Useless
Grading System:
Informed afterwards
Course Requirements:
Assignment Instructions
Well Described
Exam Design:
A little Hazy
Exam Coverage:
Followed from course
Grades Reflect:
Understanding and Mastery
Final Grade Verification:
Monitors students
Gets class involved B-
Competent with material C-
Friendly/Sociable B-
Adds to content D+
This instructor is:
neither liked nor disliked



Overall: F
This class is a waste of 4 hours a week.  really the best thing you could do during that time is take your book & read it during class.  the only reason i continue to go is because she rarely will say something that is useful. 
Should do to do well...
If you can avoid this professor i recommend it.  she tends to babble.  “ now you should have already read this so i'm not going to cover it.” she is basically a 4 day a week reminder to read your text book because she's not competent enough to actually teach you about biology. 
Should know...
To make an A in this course you need to read your text book front to back and read misc.  internet articles that cover topics in the course.  this could be condensed and save you time if the teacher could cover basic's and point you toward more advanced understanding. 
Student Competency: Beginner
Student's Grade: A-
Liked Instructor?: Disliked
Overall: D
Great thkiginn!  That really breaks the mold! 
Student Competency: Average
Student's Grade: F
Liked Instructor?: neither liked nor disliked
half way through the semester she continues to spend the first 15 minutes of class reminding people how we should have all read the night before.  She is not competent to teach a high school level class in my opinion.  She does not connect the lecture well to test material and doesn't show any sign of improvement in her dim lecturing capacity. 
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