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Mark Butorac

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나지아 N.
Class of 2020
Jan 05, 2020

Be prepared to face a class where most of the material is ridiculously confusing and meet an unorganized teacher. He doesn't have a solid plan of what to teach and it mostly feels as though he's constantly improvising (he randomly picks students and reads off our homework answers on the projector so everyone can basically see what you wrote) Spends half the class analyzing our responses. Always goes off-topic but self-studying will get you somewhere. Assigns too much homework (watching movies and analyzing them through discussion questions online), which is understandable, because we had class once per week. Half the class rarely showed up to his classes and most of them dropped it. His tests are pretty simple (mostly short answer questions and one essay question) but not that simple to ace.