Julie Ann Gardner-Treloar
Department of Management
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4.2
Overall Rating
Based on 8 Users
Easiness 3.2 / 5 How easy the class is, 1 being extremely difficult and 5 being easy peasy.
Clarity 3.9 / 5 How clear the class is, 1 being extremely unclear and 5 being very clear.
Workload 3.8 / 5 How much workload the class is, 1 being extremely heavy and 5 being extremely light.
Helpfulness 3.5 / 5 How helpful the class is, 1 being not helpful at all and 5 being extremely helpful.

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12.8%
10.3%
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15.4%
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19.5%
16.3%
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6.5%
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14.6%
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26.1%
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Grade distributions are collected using data from the UCLA Registrar’s Office.

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Quarter: Summer 2016
Grade: A
Sept. 25, 2016

Professor Gardner is indeed a very good teacher. She knows what she's talking about. Her tests, however, are not that easy because tests are time-pressured. Still, it's better to take Gardner than to take Ravetch for 1B for sure.

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Quarter: Winter 2022
Grade: A+
COVID-19 This review was submitted during the COVID-19 pandemic. Your experience may vary.
June 19, 2022

I had Gardner for both 1A and 1B. Although she is not as easy as Woo, she is very fair in her grading; the material on her exams is exactly the notes that are take during lecture and our class received pretty generous exam curves. I preferred her 1B to her 1A because there weren't all the time-consuming projects and rather only a midterm and a final. This meant that for much of the quarter, you did not have to worry about her class but it also meant your entire grade was 50% midterm, 50% final. Having friends who took 1A with Woo, I am sure Gardner does a better job at actually teaching the material, although she may be a little more difficult. Its a trade-off.

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Quarter: Summer 2020
Grade: A
COVID-19 This review was submitted during the COVID-19 pandemic. Your experience may vary.
Sept. 26, 2020

I took this class with Professor Gardner online due to COVID, and she pre-records all her lecture videos and posts them on ccle for us to watch on our own time. In terms of the actual lecturing, I really quite enjoyed it - she's a very clear lecturer, and explains all the concepts very well. It was also a plus this quarter too because we didn't have to buy her course reader (which for Mgmt 1A was about $80) and she simply provided all the pdfs for us, but her course reader in my opinion is REALLY helpful, informative, and clear.

In terms of her exams, the midterm was a bit harder and the class average was a bit low, and I think she got a lot of emails from students worrying about their grade, so the final was visibly easier. However for both exams I feel like they're all relatively fair (nothing was too unreasonable), and I think the class average in the end was pretty decent too.

In general, definitely would take her class again!

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Quarter: Summer 2017
Grade: B
Sept. 23, 2017

Professor Gardner does not care about teaching or her students. She showed up late to every single class and by talking to MANY other students in my class I concluded that she does not respond to emails--ever--so if you have a question you better figure it out on your own. She does provide some interesting information about Warren Buffet and Apple, but wastes significant class time to do it. You also have to buy a course reader for $60 which is virtually useless, but necessary to follow what's going on in class. The majority of her tests are multiple choice with an overwhelming number of questions. I honestly stopped trying in her class because I hated her so much and still pulled off a B by only studying for the final the night before. I would say its easy to past her class, but I would not recommend her. Take Ravetch instead.

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Quarter: Fall 2022
Grade: A
Jan. 30, 2023

I had Gardner for 1B. Although she is not as easy as Woo, she is very fair in her grading; the material on her exams is exactly the notes that are take during lecture and our class received pretty generous exam curves. There was only a midterm and a final. This meant that for much of the quarter, you did not have to worry about her class but it also meant your entire grade was 50% midterm, 50% final. Gardner does a great job at actually teaching the material, although she may be a little more difficult. Its a trade-off.

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Quarter: Fall 2022
Grade: A
Jan. 14, 2023

If you dedicate yourself to understanding the course material on a weekly basis, you are sure to do well on the exams. There is no graded homework, there is only a midterm and final that encompass the entirety of the grade. Therefore, it is crucial to attend all lectures and at least attempt some of the homework problems in order to ensure you are prepared for the exams. The exams are not easy, but if you understand everything in the lecture notes (not so much the textbook) you are guaranteed to do well.

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Quarter: Spring 2022
Grade: A
June 28, 2022

Unlike MGMT 1A with Gardner, her MGMT 1B has zero assignments to complete, which is a massive W in my book. Gardner is also still an engaging and energized lecturer, with plenty of funny stories to tell about different businesses. However, having no assignments means that the midterm and final are the only grades in the class (because discussion sections are just for extra practice), so you better study if you wanna do well. The first half of the class is about financial accounting for long-term liabilities and equity accounts while the second half is an intro to managerial accounting. The second half is definitely harder because the content is a bit more unfamiliar and complex. Plus, Gardner threw us a curveball on the final by making it both a 50-question multiple-choice test AND having us write out all of our work to find the answer like on her other exams. However, if you do really study her notes and lecture videos, you'll be well prepared for the exams and future accounting classes, which I'd say is pretty cool.

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Quarter: Summer 2016
Grade: A
Sept. 25, 2016

Professor Gardner is indeed a very good teacher. She knows what she's talking about. Her tests, however, are not that easy because tests are time-pressured. Still, it's better to take Gardner than to take Ravetch for 1B for sure.

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4 1 Please log in to provide feedback.
COVID-19 This review was submitted during the COVID-19 pandemic. Your experience may vary.
Quarter: Winter 2022
Grade: A+
June 19, 2022

I had Gardner for both 1A and 1B. Although she is not as easy as Woo, she is very fair in her grading; the material on her exams is exactly the notes that are take during lecture and our class received pretty generous exam curves. I preferred her 1B to her 1A because there weren't all the time-consuming projects and rather only a midterm and a final. This meant that for much of the quarter, you did not have to worry about her class but it also meant your entire grade was 50% midterm, 50% final. Having friends who took 1A with Woo, I am sure Gardner does a better job at actually teaching the material, although she may be a little more difficult. Its a trade-off.

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Quarter: Summer 2020
Grade: A
Sept. 26, 2020

I took this class with Professor Gardner online due to COVID, and she pre-records all her lecture videos and posts them on ccle for us to watch on our own time. In terms of the actual lecturing, I really quite enjoyed it - she's a very clear lecturer, and explains all the concepts very well. It was also a plus this quarter too because we didn't have to buy her course reader (which for Mgmt 1A was about $80) and she simply provided all the pdfs for us, but her course reader in my opinion is REALLY helpful, informative, and clear.

In terms of her exams, the midterm was a bit harder and the class average was a bit low, and I think she got a lot of emails from students worrying about their grade, so the final was visibly easier. However for both exams I feel like they're all relatively fair (nothing was too unreasonable), and I think the class average in the end was pretty decent too.

In general, definitely would take her class again!

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Quarter: Summer 2017
Grade: B
Sept. 23, 2017

Professor Gardner does not care about teaching or her students. She showed up late to every single class and by talking to MANY other students in my class I concluded that she does not respond to emails--ever--so if you have a question you better figure it out on your own. She does provide some interesting information about Warren Buffet and Apple, but wastes significant class time to do it. You also have to buy a course reader for $60 which is virtually useless, but necessary to follow what's going on in class. The majority of her tests are multiple choice with an overwhelming number of questions. I honestly stopped trying in her class because I hated her so much and still pulled off a B by only studying for the final the night before. I would say its easy to past her class, but I would not recommend her. Take Ravetch instead.

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Quarter: Fall 2022
Grade: A
Jan. 30, 2023

I had Gardner for 1B. Although she is not as easy as Woo, she is very fair in her grading; the material on her exams is exactly the notes that are take during lecture and our class received pretty generous exam curves. There was only a midterm and a final. This meant that for much of the quarter, you did not have to worry about her class but it also meant your entire grade was 50% midterm, 50% final. Gardner does a great job at actually teaching the material, although she may be a little more difficult. Its a trade-off.

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Quarter: Fall 2022
Grade: A
Jan. 14, 2023

If you dedicate yourself to understanding the course material on a weekly basis, you are sure to do well on the exams. There is no graded homework, there is only a midterm and final that encompass the entirety of the grade. Therefore, it is crucial to attend all lectures and at least attempt some of the homework problems in order to ensure you are prepared for the exams. The exams are not easy, but if you understand everything in the lecture notes (not so much the textbook) you are guaranteed to do well.

Helpful?

0 0 Please log in to provide feedback.
Quarter: Spring 2022
Grade: A
June 28, 2022

Unlike MGMT 1A with Gardner, her MGMT 1B has zero assignments to complete, which is a massive W in my book. Gardner is also still an engaging and energized lecturer, with plenty of funny stories to tell about different businesses. However, having no assignments means that the midterm and final are the only grades in the class (because discussion sections are just for extra practice), so you better study if you wanna do well. The first half of the class is about financial accounting for long-term liabilities and equity accounts while the second half is an intro to managerial accounting. The second half is definitely harder because the content is a bit more unfamiliar and complex. Plus, Gardner threw us a curveball on the final by making it both a 50-question multiple-choice test AND having us write out all of our work to find the answer like on her other exams. However, if you do really study her notes and lecture videos, you'll be well prepared for the exams and future accounting classes, which I'd say is pretty cool.

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4.2
Overall Rating
Based on 8 Users
Easiness 3.2 / 5 How easy the class is, 1 being extremely difficult and 5 being easy peasy.
Clarity 3.9 / 5 How clear the class is, 1 being extremely unclear and 5 being very clear.
Workload 3.8 / 5 How much workload the class is, 1 being extremely heavy and 5 being extremely light.
Helpfulness 3.5 / 5 How helpful the class is, 1 being not helpful at all and 5 being extremely helpful.

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