Physical Measurement in Materials Engineering

Suneel Kodambaka

Physical Measurement in Materials Engineering

Materials Science and Engineering department

Suneel Kodambaka

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Quarter Taken: Winter 2020 Submitted March 26, 2020 Grade Received: A-

Honestly he just let the TA teach the whole class LMAO a lot was unclear. Sometimes we wouldn't even know what we needed to talk about in the lab reports.

A lot was unorganized, we didn't get two of our four lab reports back until after the final and I doubt we'll get our final reports back. And report grading was very abstract. We would just do the report to the general report guidelines and hope for the best...

Despite all that, I think giving our TA the reins really did a lot of good for her so I have no real grudges with how the class was run. And the workload was pretty light - just one lab report (done in a group) due every two weeks. If you want a more structured class, though, maybe take this a different quarter with a different professor.

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