Ratings for Chen, Y

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72
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70
Helpfulness
67
Enthusiasm
58

Instructor Ratings

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Chen, Y (IEOR 162, Spring 2012)
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72
Exams
71
Helpfulness
77
Enthusiasm
75

Comment: Really straightforward and fairly easy course. Chen is a good professor, so no real issues if you take it with him.

Submitted Dec. 16th, 2012

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Chen, Y (IEOR 162, Spring 2012)
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50
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50
Helpfulness
50
Enthusiasm
50

Comment: boring class

Submitted Oct. 6th, 2012

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Chen, Y (IEOR 162, Spring 2012)
Assignments
77
Exams
57
Helpfulness
75
Enthusiasm
50

Submitted Sept. 26th, 2012

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Chen, Y (IEOR 162, Fall 2011)
Assignments
67
Exams
65
Helpfulness
28
Enthusiasm
38

Comment: The course is extremely self-explanatory so as long as you are updated with the material, you will do well in the course. Exams will test you on this knowledge pretty well and aren't too challenging. However, beware the fact that you must finish the problem as is expected of you.

Submitted Jan. 10th, 2012

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Chen, Y (IEOR 162, Fall 2011)
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84
Exams
84
Helpfulness
80
Enthusiasm
72

Submitted Dec. 20th, 2011

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Chen, Y (IEOR 162, Fall 2011)
Assignments
77
Exams
75
Helpfulness
80
Enthusiasm
76

Comment: Great class, I loved Chen, and the GSI (Ling-Chieh) is one of the best out there. Exams are challenging but fair, and you get to drop a midterm.

Submitted Dec. 8th, 2011

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Chen, Y (IEOR 162, Fall 2011)
Assignments
61
Exams
64
Helpfulness
70
Enthusiasm
41

Comment: This class is important in learning how to solve linear programming problems by hand, as well as in AMPL. However, the professor is a little unclear in lecture. He basically just does a bunch of examples from the book. The midterm really resembles the homeworks, but basically your best bet is just to do a lot of practice problems so that you know how to solve each type.

Submitted Nov. 6th, 2011

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Chen, Y (IEOR 162, Fall 2011)
Assignments
90
Exams
95
Helpfulness
78
Enthusiasm
64

Comment: The class moves slowly and the homework and tests are almost too easy. Chen is very organized and clear, but lecture is really dry. This is probably not his fault, as the material isn't exactly exciting.

Submitted Oct. 21st, 2011