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There were about 3 homework assignments and those homework even though at first seemed intimidating but it's actually not that bad. Those homework actually helps prepare freshmen engineers to know what's coming in future upper div engineer course. I mean he took one of the generation process of Chem E 100 and do pretty much all the messy stuff and then give it to us. Once you get the homework and the point, it's not that bad.
Final Grade: A- --> this is because I did not spend so much time on the homework. All my friends got A and A+ so you should be fine if you do the first and second homework well.
The final is kinda confusing because it was the process generation worksheet without all the excel file but then I don't think it really matters so yeah.
Course Taken: Intro to ChemEngineering
At first, I thought this professor was way beyond our level. After taking his course and finishing the final, however, I noticed that he understood that students needed to be challenged and he was preparing the students for upper division engineering courses. His office may be a little bit...messy... but go to his office hour if you do not understand certain parts of the lecture. Form a group and approach him if you don't want to feel intimidated, but overall, he is a good professor.
For finals, focus and CLEARLY understand your homework. Our final was based only on the homework. Good luck!