Hi. I was there too. I don't know a single teacher. I did not go on to "rate my professor" or any other web site. I want to judge for myself.
Many people told me not to take %$#^@& for Bio 189, told me when I was already in her class, and I found that their information was not correct. She was awesome and so smart! I learned a lot from her and I know that if you just try, with an open mind you can learn from anyone.
Try not to listen to other people. It can be so intimidating. Remember that the teachers are here to weed out the weak ones RIGHT NOW, they are putting all this pressure on us to see if we can take it. I almost think they left the room so hot on purpose. It is another form of intimidation. LOl! You know, the bright light, heat, no bathroom breaks, short lunch, etc...---jk!!! Stay strong, we will make it through all of this.
They have arranged the classes so that you can pretty much only sign up for one pharmacology class. I didn't have a problem registering for my classes. That was a blessing.
My biggest problem was that they nickel and dime us-- with $106 for this and $350 for that! $761 for a book bundle that has E books that can be bought separately? What is that about? Whose back is being scratched for that one? Why after all the hard work we have done are they sticking us up at gun point for our kids' birthday money??? I can tell you my son will be disappointed at his would-be-no-longer-party!
Anyone out there struggling besides me?? Want to share a bundle of books? We can access them online and just use the access codes for you or I. At least until our loans, financial aid and other scholarships
come in late August??
It would really be an awesome wonderful blessing if someone would split the book bundle with me and then when our money comes in we would each have our own!!
This may sound desperate to you, and it is I am sure, but I have two birthdays this summer that I am the sole provider for, and as many of you know, a birthday is SO important to a child!