All Ratings and Reviews for N L Heller


Overall 3.5
Easiness of class 2.0
Workload 1.8
Not Clear
Clarity of professor 3.4
Not Helpful
Helpfulness of professor 3.8
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CHIN 60 Submitted March 17, 2014 Grade Received: N/A

Horribly disorganized professor, lectures are complete tangents that 30 minutes in, no one is bothering to take notes. Does not allow you to bring computer for notes and her Prezis are a complete joke. Class was a waste of time and the interesting course material was wasted on Natasha.

CHIN 60 Submitted Jan. 24, 2015 Grade Received: N/A

Great professor, I thoroughly enjoyed her lectures, out of my four years, she made M60B my most favorite GE course. HIGHLY recommend her class. Very insightful and knowledgable :)

CHIN 60 Submitted Jan. 6, 2015 Grade Received: N/A

Chinese M60

Still selling!!!

- Boxers and Saints boxed set
- Religions of China in Practice
- Sources of Chinese Tradition (Vol 1, 2nd Edition)

All books in good condition; Boxers and Saints like new


CHIN C160 Submitted Nov. 13, 2013 Grade Received: N/A

I took her Chinese Buddhism Class CM160. She is the nicest teacher in UCLA in my opinion. Not only that she is the easiest teacher to take in regards to how she formats the class. TAKE HER FOR ANY SUBJECT!

CHIN 60 Submitted June 16, 2013 Grade Received: N/A

Chinese M60

Selling: Introducing Chinese Religions. Mario Poceski.


CHIN 60 Submitted June 16, 2013 Grade Received: N/A

Chinese M60

Selling: Introducing Chinese Religions. Mario Poceski.


CHIN 60 Submitted March 14, 2014 Grade Received: N/A

Chinese M60/Religion M60:

Selling: Boxers and Saints Boxed Set by Gene Luen Yang


CHIN 60 Submitted March 14, 2015 Grade Received: N/A

I took this course in Winter quarter and I'll try to be as accurate as possible.

Weekly essay: 54%
you write 9 essay (1 page) and highest score for each essay is 6. Which make weekly essay SUPER important. Each TA has his/her own style, so If you go and talk to your TA you should be okay. Remember, if you get 5 out of 6 every week, that's already 9% of your total grade.

4 Quiz: 16%
Pretty straight forward, no surprise. If you study, you'll get 10/10 easily. seems like Prof. has several different versions. sometimes she let you grade your own quiz, yet it's up to her decision.

Participation: 15%
Go to discussion and participate. Y'all know what to do in discussion. SPEAK!

There is no Midterm. Just final.

She gives outlines before class. And These outlines help a lot. Organizing questions are good guide preparing for final.

CHIN 60 Submitted March 29, 2015 Grade Received: N/A

The is a horrible lecture. The material should be interesting but Natasha jut ruined it. Usually in the class she would just reading her handout in a monotonous voice. Most of the students have no idea what the class is going on and I don't know why somebody said this is the best GE because as far as I know, no one like it. There is not even a guideline for the final and the questions in the final is questionable. Most of the class was talking about the most important religions in China: Confucianism, Daoism and Buddhism but there are half of the essay questions in the final are about Fa Lun Gong and Christian which are seldom taught in the lectures.

CHIN 60 Submitted July 18, 2015 Grade Received: N/A

***SELLING: Religion of China in Practice & Boxers and Saints set

I took her for Chinese M60.We have to submit a weekly response to our TA's every friday in our discussion session. Each response paper worths 9% so the accumulation of response papers from 9 weeks makes up of 54% of your overall grade. So i would say it really depends on your TA and if he or she grades loosely or strictly. The course overall is not that hard but it might require quite a bit reading.

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