GEOG 155

Industrial Location and Regional Development

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John May See Full Profile

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The reviewer below doesn't seem to know what she is talking about. I came into the class with only a cursory knowledge of economics, and did fine. There is some economic discussion in the readings, but he doesn't test you on any of it.

And his tests are easy. Do the readings and show up to class and there is now way for you not to get an A. Anyone who says otherwise is just lazy.

March 23, 2010
Allen Scott See Full Profile

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This professor knows a lot about geography, but his class was very difficult. He expected us to write a 5 page paper about a region of California, focusing on a specific industry. The paper had to include graphs and gathered specifics. We were ill-prepared to do the paper and his grading was too harsh. He expected us to know as much as he did. His mid-term was multiple choice and the wording was very confusing. The final was essay and we were also ill-prepared for that. He did not give us any possible topics or pointers. His expectations were too high, and our knowledge to minimal for the subject.

Feb. 23, 2007
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