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Vittoria Ferraro

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Overall Rating: 3.5 / 5.0

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Israareads ..
Class of 2020
Dec 11, 2019

Teaches a lot of unnecessary material that isn't on the final, but explains pretty well otherwise. Her correcting is stricter that most on tests/homework, although she gives lots of easy bonus questions that could lift up your grade.

Joshua S.
Class of 2020
Dec 08, 2019

Her notes are pretty bad as they are powerpoints with bullet points. If you take this class it is highly recommended to buy the textbook (around 100$). You have moodle quizzes online every week, so don't forget to do them as they aren't worth a lot individually, but they add up. The paper is easy, it's barely a paper; it's more of an assignment. The tests are around 40 multiple choice questions with 5 long answer in which you choose 2 to answer. They're a bit hard and takes quite a bit of studying for, but nothing too insane. She's not the easiest grader, but shes okay. Along with the notes, she shows videos and we have to answer questions based on them. The videos are okay, and the questions are more to see who attended class (you hand them in at the end of the class and she compiles them into one grade at the end of the semester worth about 10%). To sum up, if you take this class, buy the textbook, go to every class and do the moodles.