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Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis
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George O'Donnell

Professor in the Mathematics department

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This professor does NOT teach. He does not explain concepts and when you ask for explanation, you are made to feel inferior.
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Agree with first post. If you do not understand something, George does not understand why you do not understand. Therefore you are inferior to him. The real problem is that he is not a math teacher; George teaches computer programming! Therefore he has no business in teaching mathematics.
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He is a fun teacher. He tries to explain everything at lightning speed and some of the slower students are bothered when he doesn't help. But he will help out. Tests are fairly hard, same with quizzes.
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He wasn't a great teacher. He knows his material, just not great at conveying it. Luckily it's a beginning class so pretty easy.
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He is a really funny guy. I think this class is easy. Just pay attention and go everyday and you will do awesome. He is helpful and answers all questions and sometimes walks around to make sure noone needs help. I think he is a great professor. Very chill too.
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He's really easy. Go to class and do the assigned homework. He is also naturally funny. Attendance isn't mandatory and he provided opportunities for extra credit. He is extremely knowledgeable. I liked him.
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Arrogant, seemed to get annoyed when students didn't get material. Asking questions resulted in him talking down to students or making the situation more complicated. Indicitie of IUPUI mathmatics, he gave an attitude that he was so smart and we were all dumb.
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Relatively easy class. Gives quizzes throughout the semester and the tests are not too bad. He is always enthused about mathematics and is also quite funny. Talks in different accents sometimes and always walks around to help out students with problems. I recommend talking math 110 with O'Donnell.
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The math itself isn't terribly difficult, as long as one keeps up with the homework. Professor knows the subject very well, and is enthusiastic about teaching. He does get upset occasionally, but that's really only when students repeatedly ask the same question, sometimes in the same day or right …more after the same question was answered. less
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I had a TERRIBLE experience with this teacher. He often made students feel like they were a bother when they didn't understand something. One day he was doing a problem on the board, asked if anyone knew the answer and a kid answered & said "oh good you got the same answer so it's probably right." …more This was the theme all semester long. 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 George O'Donnell, a Professor in the Mathematics department at Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis. The university is located in Indiana, 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 20 reviews from former and current students, as well as some other guests. The majority of the submitted reviews are positive. 10 people note the high quality of professor’s classes. 10 comments find the skills of George O'Donnell lacking in a certain area of academic abilities of teacher-student relations.

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