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Bill Mangino

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Good teacher. Very enthusiastic and not boring at all. Definitly willing to help if you ask for it. But the tests are complex and a little tricky to understand.
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alittle intimidating in the beginning. but once u get to know him youll never want to miss a class. pay attention during class, becuase tests are focused on what he teaches during lecture
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great professor!his test r a little hard but if u pay attention to the class & take notes that's enough, if u want 100 read bc he puts questions on the test for the ones that read, fun class especially when people argue in the class, great discussions, awesome class, i'll take him again if i could!
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Man I love this guy! He makes the class so fun and interesting. He's very enthusiastic about the subject. Before the semester, I didn't know what the heck sociology was about, and now I almost want to major in it because of him. I definetly recommend him 100% and would love to have him again next se
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Incredible teacher. He is lively and energetic. Classes are easy if you just listen. Quizes are straight reasoning from the notes. Show up to class and you'll be fine.
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hes a very nice guy but i think sometimes he likes to hear himself talk. so far, hes been helpful with answering any questions. the first quiz was right from the notes. this is a class you need to go to and take good notes to do well in. He's almost insulting with his procedure to prevent …more plagarism....great guy but the class is a lot of work. less
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Professor Mangino is awesome. It's hard to be bored in his class. You do have to go to class and take good notes to do well but he makes you want to be there.
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this guy is awesome. so flexible, so helpful. the class has a lot of notes, but he's so energetic and encourages class participation, so its usually upbeat and fun. he knows his stuff and wants you to do well. he will work with you and help you earn that B or A, as long as you show him you are …more trying, and that you are grasping some concepts. less
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Hofstra's finest professor by far. A true Scholar and it's reflected in his lecture. An intriguing professor who wants everyone to understand the sociolist's view. He captivates his students with his enthusiasm and dedication to his practice. A fair grader who curves test. A must have professor who …more will benefit your Hofstra experience. AAAAA++++! less
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Good class. Professor is really friendly, but a crazy liberal. Thats most of the sociology department though, I just figured I would mention it incase he read this. A really good professor though, and looks out for the best interest of the students in the class.
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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 Bill Mangino, a professor at Hofstra University. The university is located in New York, 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 39 reviews from former and current students, as well as some other guests. The majority of the submitted reviews are positive. 37 people note the high quality of professor’s classes. 2 comments find the skills of Bill Mangino lacking in a certain area of academic abilities of teacher-student relations.

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