Social Thought and Origins of Sociology

Mary Nicolette Hart

Social Thought and Origins of Sociology

Sociology department

Mary Nicolette Hart

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Overall 2.6
Easiness of class 2.6
Workload 1.8
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Clarity of professor 2.2
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Helpfulness of professor 3.4


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Quarter Taken: N/A Submitted Aug. 4, 2011 Grade Received: N/A

Soc 101

Just to let people know, the people who said she was boring aren't just upset at the class or their grade. Her lectures are ACTUALLY uninteresting as hell. I would exercise and be so energetic in the morning and somehow (I am not even lying to you) I got really sleepy as if I hadn't slept for weeks, I don't even know how she does it.

Our TA was good, and so I ended up doing well, but if you're TA is f'd up then well so your grade will be, unless you just complain and complain for help and get tutoring with AAP.

In retrospect, though, I really liked how she broke down the class into three parts and her readings were widely used in all the classes I'm taking now.

Overall, it's kind of a burden to take this class and usually you take her because she's the only one teaching that class, and you get a limited amount of time to do the big assignments. She's nice though, it was just a hard process of committing. I got an A- though. You gotta be grateful for the hard work you put into this bullssshht class.

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