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San Francisco State University
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JingJing Qiu

Professor in the Chemistry department

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I think it was her first year. Its hard to understand what shes saying. She tries to make the tests easy but it turns out harder. If you do the homework and ask her questions you should be fine but she puts things on the quiz that she rarely talked about in lecture.
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The time she requires you to spend on one class is a lot. The ALEKS homework is overwhelming but saved my grade. She makes hw a large part of your grade. There were 7 tests. We were taking a test every other week, and the tests were not easy! She would go over countless examples but the examples …more won't match what she tests you on. Very nice tho! less
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