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John Pulis

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Meh. He's ok. He knows a lot, but not as much as he'd like you to think. The papers are just complete regurgitation of the class, but helpful for developing a portfolio. I feel like the class should be more interesting than it is...but it's not the worst.
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this man is Indiana Jones, If you want to do well in his class, learn how to get him to talk about his personal experiences in Anthropology (ask about rum). The grading was easy. THe class was fun, and the guy rocked.
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THE ANTHRONAZI...he knows his stuff. A real college professor who doesn't care if you pass or fail so you gotta do the work. Avail for office hours. Very intimidating at first, but all around a good guy. Wish his papers weren't so imposible. Don't take for COR class if you have a choice.
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Knows his stuff, again what the other person said, not as much as he'd want you to think. Good guy and helpful when you go to him! He won't tell you that your not doing well, so take it upon yourself and he will be really helpful.
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This guy definitely knows his stuff. He appears to be very intimidating. A real college professor. His class was boring. Nevertheless, if you do as your told then you should do fine. Always available in his office hours.
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Not a bad professor, but the class could have been a lot more interesting than it was. Tests are open book so write down everything he says and you'll do fine. Not very organized, and he usually asks the class what they want to do because he doesn't have a plan. Don't get the textbook, it's …more expensive and not necessary to do well. less
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Teacher is very hard on students, but in the end will pay off, is not very helpful, will say you have a good idea and then you will use that idea on a paper or test and it will be wrong. Overall not the best teacher to take for an easy grade.
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This is for anyone wanting to take a class with Dr. Pulis. Read the material, do not text in class. He will make an example out of you. Athletes especially do not act out, your coaches will be informed of the incident. Hes hard but like all PHDs he wants to hear himself talk.
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Boring class, talks a lot. He comes off as laid back, but he's actually very serious about his work and is a harsh grader. The response papers on the videos are easy if you take good notes. The midterm is open book, but take detailed notes. The final project (oral report + paper) is tedious, so …more pick an interesting book & start as early as possible! less
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Pulis really knows what he is teaching. He is very intelligent. He gives many many details in his lectures and note taking is a must. He LOVES essays, but is a very fair grader.
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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 John Pulis, 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 32 reviews from former and current students, as well as some other guests. The majority of the submitted reviews are positive. 23 people note the high quality of professor’s classes. 9 comments find the skills of John Pulis lacking in a certain area of academic abilities of teacher-student relations.

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