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Smc students

njoynjoy Registered User Posts: 250 Junior Member
edited June 2009 in UC Transfers
i live in oceanside, which is about an hour and a half away from SMC, but SMC is one of 5 community colleges that offers one of my pre-reqs. i was told that if i took this pre-req it would definitely help me out (seeing as how only students from 5 colleges willl have it)

so has anyone heard about: Elham Gheytanchi ?!!!!!!

on rate my professor..it looks pretty bad lol. but i would be taking the class online too.

how are smc online classes? any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
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Replies to: Smc students

  • Sephorazn18Sephorazn18 Registered User Posts: 441 Member
    Gheytanchi wasn't that bad. She only teaches online classes and the only hard part about the class was the limited time she gives for each quiz. You get 10 min for 10 ambiguous questions. I ended up with a 94% in her class because I aced the midterm and final..but I can see how a lot of students end up with a B or C in her class. You can't mess up on the quizzes.
  • njoynjoy Registered User Posts: 250 Junior Member
    thanks for the info..were the quizzes totally off topic or something? and the final was better..more time?
  • Sephorazn18Sephorazn18 Registered User Posts: 441 Member
    Quizzes were on topic but the questions were broad and you had to really scrutinize the chapters to ace them. Midterm and Final = more time vs the number of questions but they were cumulative and were set up like the quizzes, meaning they were broad and over generalized questions that made it hard to pick an answer choice.
  • njoynjoy Registered User Posts: 250 Junior Member
    thanks for your help!
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