Barnett A Schlinger
Department of Physiological Science
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Easiness 1.4 / 5 How easy the class is, 1 being extremely difficult and 5 being easy peasy.
Clarity 3.6 / 5 How clear the professor is, 1 being extremely unclear and 5 being very clear.
Workload 1.0 / 5 How light the workload is, 1 being extremely heavy and 5 being extremely light.
Helpfulness 2.6 / 5 How helpful the professor is, 1 being not helpful at all and 5 being extremely helpful.

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June 24, 2014

Pros:
- Goes at a slow pace making it easier to absorb
- is clear and concise making the information very understandable
- the material was very interesting and fun. Its hormones, so if your interested in endocrinology, youll love this module.

Cons:
- can mumble and be monotone from time to time
- uses the chalkboard for lecture, making it hard to read some of his writing and diagrams so SIT UP CLOSE and recording lectures will definitely help. I suggest doing it.
- the questions on the midterm were very ambiguous and vague. So you really have to regurgitate everything you know from the lectures. Anything you think might be related to the question WRITE IT DOWN and make sure to write down the keywords associated with that question because the TAs grade based on those keywords. The test is out of 100 points, most being short answers, one long answer, and term definitions.

Overall, he's a great lecturer and worth taking the class with.

As for the entire Physci 111B, MAKE SURE YOU DO WELL IN YOUR DISCUSSIONS. if you do, they will help your grade tremendously considering it was a bigger portion of our grade and worth 120 points. Do well on the quizzes and critiques and dont just shrug off the points you get docked off for because they will build up. And also PARTICIPATE. The TA will not only give you points but it will help you stay on track with the material and help you absorb it better. These are supposed to be easy points, so take advantage of them.

For me, I was somehow able to get an A+ in the class, despite my horrendous experience in 111A and almost getting dropped from the major after getting a C. so for those afraid of going into 111B, I will say that the class is better and the material is much more interesting and enjoyable. BUT YOU STILL HAVE TO STUDY YOUR BUTT OFF.

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June 18, 2014

Hi everyone. So I decided to be a nice guy and give some input the his section.

This is 2014 spring quarter. 111B was taught by B. Schlinger, A. Watson, Metzner. Schlinger taught the endocrine module. I personally enjoyed his teaching style. He is good ol' chalk and eraser type of lecturer.

Record his lecture and actually relisten to it! Write down everything he says (word for word pref). Then trim the fat (shit he mumbles). Bold the key phrases and think of those as points you would get on exams.
(I wish someone told me this because I spent too much time rewriting shit down)

(1) go to class and type notes...whenever he has pictures or diagrams you should make a note on the typed notes and draw the image on a piece of paper

(2) relisten to lecture and finish typing his lecture up.

(3) trim the fat and condense the notes so they are easy to look at. This shouldn't take too long since all you have to do is copy and paste into a nice format (my rule is one page per lecture) in the end you should have 5-6 pages of nice notes to review.

Exams:
How I felt coming out:
"Damn that exam was so easy wtf"

Reality:
78/100 (average 76/100)

Explanation:
He is the epitome of "brain vomiting." You have to cram everything in his lecture and vomit out answers. So how do you study for this exam? have a topic and practive writing down everything you can think of. Then grade yourself on how many points/ keyterms you mentioned on the relevant topic. They grade based on specific terms. They dgaf if it is right or wrong. You have to meet the criteria.

I studied a butt load...but so does everyone else... good luck haha

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May 1, 2013

I like the way he lectures although he does mumble alot . I studied really hard for his test because I heard how he is nit picky. He asks some really vague questions which could have been answered multiple ways but just try to write everything you know. And some that focused on info we barely went over in class, but its a physci class sooo its gonna be hard

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Quarter: N/A
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June 24, 2014

Pros:
- Goes at a slow pace making it easier to absorb
- is clear and concise making the information very understandable
- the material was very interesting and fun. Its hormones, so if your interested in endocrinology, youll love this module.

Cons:
- can mumble and be monotone from time to time
- uses the chalkboard for lecture, making it hard to read some of his writing and diagrams so SIT UP CLOSE and recording lectures will definitely help. I suggest doing it.
- the questions on the midterm were very ambiguous and vague. So you really have to regurgitate everything you know from the lectures. Anything you think might be related to the question WRITE IT DOWN and make sure to write down the keywords associated with that question because the TAs grade based on those keywords. The test is out of 100 points, most being short answers, one long answer, and term definitions.

Overall, he's a great lecturer and worth taking the class with.

As for the entire Physci 111B, MAKE SURE YOU DO WELL IN YOUR DISCUSSIONS. if you do, they will help your grade tremendously considering it was a bigger portion of our grade and worth 120 points. Do well on the quizzes and critiques and dont just shrug off the points you get docked off for because they will build up. And also PARTICIPATE. The TA will not only give you points but it will help you stay on track with the material and help you absorb it better. These are supposed to be easy points, so take advantage of them.

For me, I was somehow able to get an A+ in the class, despite my horrendous experience in 111A and almost getting dropped from the major after getting a C. so for those afraid of going into 111B, I will say that the class is better and the material is much more interesting and enjoyable. BUT YOU STILL HAVE TO STUDY YOUR BUTT OFF.

Helpful?

0 0 Please log in to provide feedback.
Quarter: N/A
Grade: N/A
June 18, 2014

Hi everyone. So I decided to be a nice guy and give some input the his section.

This is 2014 spring quarter. 111B was taught by B. Schlinger, A. Watson, Metzner. Schlinger taught the endocrine module. I personally enjoyed his teaching style. He is good ol' chalk and eraser type of lecturer.

Record his lecture and actually relisten to it! Write down everything he says (word for word pref). Then trim the fat (shit he mumbles). Bold the key phrases and think of those as points you would get on exams.
(I wish someone told me this because I spent too much time rewriting shit down)

(1) go to class and type notes...whenever he has pictures or diagrams you should make a note on the typed notes and draw the image on a piece of paper

(2) relisten to lecture and finish typing his lecture up.

(3) trim the fat and condense the notes so they are easy to look at. This shouldn't take too long since all you have to do is copy and paste into a nice format (my rule is one page per lecture) in the end you should have 5-6 pages of nice notes to review.

Exams:
How I felt coming out:
"Damn that exam was so easy wtf"

Reality:
78/100 (average 76/100)

Explanation:
He is the epitome of "brain vomiting." You have to cram everything in his lecture and vomit out answers. So how do you study for this exam? have a topic and practive writing down everything you can think of. Then grade yourself on how many points/ keyterms you mentioned on the relevant topic. They grade based on specific terms. They dgaf if it is right or wrong. You have to meet the criteria.

I studied a butt load...but so does everyone else... good luck haha

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Grade: N/A
May 1, 2013

I like the way he lectures although he does mumble alot . I studied really hard for his test because I heard how he is nit picky. He asks some really vague questions which could have been answered multiple ways but just try to write everything you know. And some that focused on info we barely went over in class, but its a physci class sooo its gonna be hard

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Overall Rating
Based on 10 Users
Easiness 1.4 / 5 How easy the class is, 1 being extremely difficult and 5 being easy peasy.
Clarity 3.6 / 5 How clear the professor is, 1 being extremely unclear and 5 being very clear.
Workload 1.0 / 5 How light the workload is, 1 being extremely heavy and 5 being extremely light.
Helpfulness 2.6 / 5 How helpful the professor is, 1 being not helpful at all and 5 being extremely helpful.

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