Ratings for Lee, A

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75

Based on 16 ratings for this instructor.

Assignments
57
Exams
68
Helpfulness
79
Enthusiasm
84

Instructor Ratings

83
Lee, A (ENGLISH R1B, Spring 2012)
Assignments
71
Exams
76
Helpfulness
90
Enthusiasm
90

Submitted Oct. 6th, 2012

74
Lee, A (ENGLISH R1B, Fall 2011)
Assignments
74
Exams
70
Helpfulness
70
Enthusiasm
85

Submitted March 16th, 2012

50
Lee, A (ENGLISH R1B, Fall 2011)
Assignments
62
Exams
34
Helpfulness
66
Enthusiasm
26

Comment: Meh. She should have stuck with physics.

Submitted Feb. 10th, 2012

83
Lee, A (ENGLISH R1B, Fall 2011)
Assignments
81
Exams
77
Helpfulness
79
Enthusiasm
100

Submitted Dec. 10th, 2011

50
Lee, A (PHYSICS 7B, Fall 2009)
Assignments
50
Exams
50
Helpfulness
50
Enthusiasm
50

Submitted April 3rd, 2011

75
Lee, A (ENGLISH R1A, Fall 2010)
Assignments
69
Exams
50
Helpfulness
78
Enthusiasm
87

Submitted Dec. 6th, 2010

80
Lee, A (PHYSICS 7B, Fall 2009)
Assignments
50
Exams
78
Helpfulness
79
Enthusiasm
99

Comment: Lee broke down Thermo really clearly...Exams are like practice exams given during reviews

Submitted July 29th, 2010

80
Lee, A (PHYSICS 7B, Fall 2009)
Assignments
50
Exams
67
Helpfulness
80
Enthusiasm
78

Comment: Professor Lee is a laid-back, understanding, relaxed guy that just wants to teach you some Physics. He's not the best, he's not incredibly exciting or life-changing, but he's a solid physics professor that will allow you to understand the material.

Submitted July 14th, 2010

99
Lee, A (PHYSICS 7B, Fall 2009)
Assignments
87
Exams
99
Helpfulness
100
Enthusiasm
98

Comment: Awesome teacher. Lots of fun, great personality, extremely nice guy. Really cares about his students' understanding, takes time out of lecture to ask us how we are doing on the homework and how the textbook is and how the course could be improved. His exams are very fair.

Submitted July 13th, 2010

91
Lee, A (PHYSICS 7B, Fall 2009)
Assignments
73
Exams
77
Helpfulness
100
Enthusiasm
100

Comment: Take great advantage of his office hours. The year I took 7B he held office hours in a classroom where students were free to bring their lunch, work together, and ask questions. In class and office hours he goes to great lengths to engage students by going deeper on interesting subjects and connecting coursework to his research.

Submitted July 12th, 2010