Advanced Topics in Cell and Molecular Biology: Molecular Biology of Cell Nucleus

Richard Zimmer

Advanced Topics in Cell and Molecular Biology: Molecular Biology of Cell Nucleus

Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology department

Richard Zimmer

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Quarter Taken: N/A Submitted Dec. 16, 2011 Grade Received: N/A

I took eeb 153 with this prof. Not listed on the eval so disregard mcdb. AWFUL CLASS. Maybe him & his wife USED to be easy/nice but now they are both RIDICULOUS. The whole class basically failed the midterm because it was all essay and they didn't even tell us how they would grade; pretty much everyone got C's and below written in their blue books. Their lectures are really bad too; always off topic; and all over the place. It's up to students to make the connection about how their slides are even relevant to what we are studying. The final was the worst. They didn't even tell us the essay questions and we were asked to write full length essays on command in addition to fill in the blank and t/f questions. We were given no study guide, no old exams and not even any hints as to what would be on the exam. Cheryl Ann said only 1 question would be from Dick's section (1/2 of quarter). WRONG there were a good chunk of questions on the final from his section. Overall, this class was ridic! Way harder than eeb 100 and other eeb classes. DO NOT TAKE THIS CLASS. NOT an easy A or B for that matter

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