Choy, G P on Ninja Courses

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ETH STD 100 (Spring 2013)

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94 88 76 84 79

Comment: He's the best! He honestly wants you to do well and get an A. Just show up and he is really chill! Great class :)

ETH STD 100 (Spring 2013)

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100 100 100 100 100

Comment: Definitely take this class with Professor Choy, he was super knowledgeable and an awesome instructor, the readings were good and the assignments and exam were totally doing if you even somewhat paid attention during class.

ETH STD 100 (Spring 2012)

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92 91 77 100 100

ETH STD 100 (Spring 2012)

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ETH STD 100 (Summer 2010)

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85 91 85 82 77

Comment: One of my favorite classes taken at Cal. Prof Choy is an awesome teacher that shows his passion for the subject. The readings were interesting and the exams were fair. I advise taking it during the summer because the classes are smaller and you spend more time discussing the material and connecting with the prof.

ETH STD 100 (Summer 2009)

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87 68 62 90 82

Comment: He clearly displays his passion for literature and the topics he teaches. He truly portrays his best intentions for all of his students. He is an extremely fair man.

ETH STD 130 (Fall 2013)

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100 100 85 71 100

Comment: Super easy class if you just attend classes and don't fall asleep. No homework. There's barely any discussion involved, which I like. Most days he just lectures (he's a great lecturer) and you can take notes or not, he repeats a lot of same themes so the tests are really easy because you just regurgitate what he's been talking about. The tests are short paragraph writing for the first one and a longer essay-like one for the second. The final project is up to you but the norm is a research paper that's 8 pages long.