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Luke Tallon

Professor in the Religion department

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He is really boring to listen to for 4 hours but who isn't? There are not many tests but they are really hard. Other than the weekly quizes on the reading and the one four page paper there is no other work. His tests are freakin hard though.
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Boring. The questions on the test are like riddles. He makes religion a lot harder than it needs to be.
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Nice guy, but the class is really boring (Not his fault). Its a long, crazy class but the study guides he gives are really helpful. As long as you stick to those the class isn't too hard.
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tallon is NOT a good teacher, but it is still possible to do well. the only reason i got an A wasbecause i already knew most of what he rambled on pointlessly about for 4 hours every week. you have to do the reading, force yourself to pay attention and take meticulous notes to do well in his class.
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Uses an overhead projector that breaks down every 20 minutes. Use Blackboard for studying/reviewing because he FLIES through the material. Nice guy, seems nervous all the time, not very approachable. Tests are hard-Response essays @ end of each class=annoying. Quizes @ beg. of each class not too ba
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He's not as bad as everyone else says. There's not much work outside of class, but if you don't study and read you won't do well. Put in the time and you'll do fine and learn a thing or two
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A really nice guy. His tests are tough, but if you listen during the lectures he tells you what he's going to key on. Take the class seriously or you won't do too well. Overall a good teacher.
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This is the most poorly organized class I've had at Pepperdine. His lectures are unorganized and impossible to understand. The way the class is put together, he basically gets to choose what grade you get in the class. Guidelines are NOT clear on assignments and the textbook is dry and repetitive. …more The quizzes on the book are required every class. less
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Where does one start with Professor Tallon? The fact he assigns a huge amount of work, but doesn't grade it by the end of the semester so you can have feedback? The fact he is unclear in his instructions and almost seesm to be tricking you? The fact he is grading is incoherent (of course, thats …more IF you get it back). My advice, steer clear!! less
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Worst teacher I've ever had! You will have no idea what you're learning and what you have in the class until the last few days of the semester. Reading quizzes every day (5-8 questions). I have no idea how I got an A in his class..I was there every day and did so-so on the tests (essays). Take a …more different teacher if you can! less
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Professor qualifications determine the quality of education students get at a university. Thus, student reviews of professors are an essential part of choosing an institution to attend. Here, you can find a number of student reviews on the work and skills of Luke Tallon, a Professor in the Religion department at Pepperdine University. The university is located in California, USA. The institution requires professionalism from its teaching staff and regular training courses attendance to maintain a high level of educational skills.

This university professor has received 13 reviews from former and current students, as well as some other guests. The majority of the submitted reviews are negative. 5 people note the high quality of professor’s classes. 8 comments find the skills of Luke Tallon lacking in a certain area of academic abilities of teacher-student relations.

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