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Arizona State University - All Campuses (AZ)
CTI Applied Sciences & Math
(480) 727-1263
$72,336 salary (2008)
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5 4 4 3 3 ABS 350 (Spring 2010)
02/11/10: Class wasn't too difficult; I got an A on every test. Not sure if teacher is as bad as everyone says. Just read over the notes before each quiz/test and you should do fine. - source: ratemyprofessor.com
1 1 2 1 3 ABS 350 (Spring 2009)
05/14/09: I must agree with the other negative reviews. Dr. Whysong is condescending, narcissistic and likes to toy with his students. Remember he holds a tenured teaching position so ASU will not get rid of him. Talk to your academic advisor and see what other classes may be taken instead of ABS 350. You'll be glad you did! Please spread the word. - source: ratemyprofessor.com
1 1 1 1 3 ABS 350 (Spring 2008)
05/08/08: Horrible, horrible class and worse teacher. If you're not ABS and required to take this class - DON'T. Gary Whysong is mean, snarky, and utterly impossible to get help out of. The notes make next to no sense and the practice excercises helpful but not always appliable to the (weekly) quizzes. In conclusion: Not a good class. Not a good teacher. - source: ratemyprofessor.com
1 1 1 3 3 ABS 350 (Fall 2007)
10/06/07: If your an ABS major, you can't aviod this class. But be aware, it will take up a lot of your time. The lessons are unclear, the instructor trys to help, but never enough. The practice exercises never fully cover whats in the quizes. The quizes can run long and take plenty of time. - source: ratemyprofessor.com
5 3 2 4 3 ABS 350 (Spring 2007)
05/10/07: Online stats. Great teacher. Difficult to try to get in-person stats help. Online notes are good, but a little confusing sometimes. The practice exercises help enormously. ~Best thing I ever did was to make my own formula, symbol, and definition sheets in Word as I read the notes. When tests came it was easier. Beware, some quizzes are very long! - source: ratemyprofessor.com
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