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San Francisco State University
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Miranda Triay

Professor in the Critical Thinking department

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There is a lot of reading and you have to participate. She expects a lot and gives a lot of homework. She grades really hard and doesnt give you any wiggle room. If the whole class messes up on something and it was her fault she will blame it on the students. Would not reccommed
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Would definitely not recommend. It was her first year teaching and you could tell. Her lectures are boring and gets very mad at the class if you don't read before hand. Has an attitude when it comes to students asking questions and doesn't even answer them. Overall just a bad teacher, don't take …more her class. 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 Miranda Triay, a Professor in the Critical Thinking department at San Francisco State 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 2 reviews from former and current students, as well as some other guests. The majority of the submitted reviews are positive. 1 people note the high quality of professor’s classes. 1 comments find the skills of Miranda Triay lacking in a certain area of academic abilities of teacher-student relations.

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