Analog Electronics Laboratory I
Babaie was the man. He's super nice and helpful. I took this course while taking EE 115A concurrently and he definitely got me through it. The labs weren't too hard and actually get pretty repetitive, so as long as you do the lab reports and show up, you are fine. I dicked around and still managed a B+ when I was doing average in the class. Then again, this shits too easy to me. Like benchpressing.
Professor Heyrat is okay. Easy quizzes (but you should still take them seriously since they are 30% of your grade) and easy grading of pre-labs (full score 20/20 most of the time even if you just complete the pre-lab even if its wrong) earn him two thumbs up. Other than that, he blazes through the explanation of the experiment and leaves you on your own, which I guess can be good because then you can get out of the lab faster, but if you sort of bs'd the pre-lab you'll maybe have some difficulties with the lab without much of an explanation as sometimes the procedure he wants you to do differs from the procedure he has you print out to bring to class (which occasionally differs from the lab manual). He does come by occasionally to ask how you're doing on the lab, so I guess that's kinda nice. My TA in the Spring 2012 quarter was Ramy and he was a bad ass, just be sure to have him double check all of your data when you reach certain points of your experiment and not the professor (who will just sign off on it without looking at anything, which might lead to points deducted on your lab report for bad data). As long as your data looks okay to him and your lab report's error analysis isn't complete crap, he'll likely give you a full score or nearly a full score. Other than that, I *think* the class is just graded on a straight scale (90% = A-, 80% B- etc) so as long as you study a little for the quizzes you should get an A.
Mesghali is pretty cool, and funny at times. He might be a little hard to understand, but the class was much better than what I thought it would be like. I'd take him again if I could. The only really bad thing about him is that whenever you do bad on a quiz, he kinda gets mad at you for not knowing the concepts well enough. Other than that, he's really helpful as he usually likes to help students with their circuits in case problems arise.