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Professor Miller is very nice professor. He never waste students' time bragging about himself (like Gardener, Klein and a few other management teachers ) He made the complicated material really easy to understand. People think he is easy but he is not. Though he uses standard curve for grading purpose, most of the students ended up getting B or B+. You really have to work hard to get good grade in his class. I highly recommended him even though I got a B in his class.
Professor Miller is very nice and is passionate about the subject he teaches. However, he goes over the material very slow, which makes students not pay attention in class. The subject is very straight forward, so are the midterm and final. He gives out a lot of homework, but they all add up to about \272 of your grade. Just study his midterm and final checklists, which he summarizes for you all the things you need to know for the exams, and you\355ll be fine. You actually relearn a lot of material that you have seen before, so I didn\355t really learn much from the class. Easy class.
Professor Miller is always prepared for the class; his lectures are really good and are everything that you need to know for the midterm and final.
When you are taking his class please remember that even those for some of you his style of teaching might be somewhat slow-paced, you DO learn a lot in his classes.
I, for example, was finally able to understand Cash Flow Statement. Not only I can prepare it, but from now on it always balances at the end!!!! So, I keep asking myself on why do other professors have to make some accounting concepts so complicated and hard to understand (prof. Ravetch and his T-accounts, brrr \326)
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