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Review from a student who took CC 302
This class had a LOT of reading. It was really nice how there was no final and you got to drop one test, though. If you don't want to do the reading, do not take this class. The way to get good grades on his tests are to go through each reading and memorize specific examples to site in you essay tests. I did that and barely squeked by with an A.
Review from a student who took CC 302
Professor Galinsky is an awesome lecturer. Although there is a lot of material covered, he makes it very easy to understand and his tests are 26 multiple choice (get to drop one for free) and 2 essay topics of which you can write about 1 (or you can choose to just write about both essay topics and skip the multiple choice). There were 4 tests total and none of them were cumulative, plus you get to drop your lowest one! Very good lecturer and awesome prof overall!
Review from a student who took uPzDANojNrGy
you could be leaving money on the table but if after 3 or 4 emials the buyer still has not made an offer I like to send an email with a list of comparables of similar domains. Obviously send the highest priced comparables that you can find. 3. The most important thing is be realistic in what you want for the domain. I think this is by far the biggest factor in selling names. If you ask 100k for a name that you paid 50 bucks for, the buyer will not even attempt to negotiate with you because he already knows that you are crazy.4. Be nice. People like to deal with nice people. Don't be a dick and you will sell the name and keep all emials short because in the beginning of a sale most people hate a lengthy sales pitch. 5. Make sure they know you are the owner of the domain and that they are not dealing with some schmuck in the marketing department thats selling on behalf of the company or someone else. I use an email that has my exact name in the email address which helps give them peace of mind that they are dealing with me direct.Todd
Review from a student who took nJcmYxDYbACygpEReLc
you could be leaving money on the table but if after 3 or 4 eimlas the buyer still has not made an offer I like to send an email with a list of comparables of similar domains. Obviously send the highest priced comparables that you can find. 3. The most important thing is be realistic in what you want for the domain. I think this is by far the biggest factor in selling names. If you ask 100k for a name that you paid 50 bucks for, the buyer will not even attempt to negotiate with you because he already knows that you are crazy.4. Be nice. People like to deal with nice people. Don't be a dick and you will sell the name and keep all eimlas short because in the beginning of a sale most people hate a lengthy sales pitch. 5. Make sure they know you are the owner of the domain and that they are not dealing with some schmuck in the marketing department thats selling on behalf of the company or someone else. I use an email that has my exact name in the email address which helps give them peace of mind that they are dealing with me direct.Todd

Grades given in courses taught by Karl Galinsky

When teaching LAT 383

80%A
20%B
0%C
0%D
0%F
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grade: a b c d f drops
percentage: 80% 20% 0% 0% 0% 0%

  All professors who have taught LAT 383

When teaching CC 348

36%A
55%B
9%C
0%D
0%F
0%Drops
grade: a b c d f drops
percentage: 36% 55% 9% 0% 0% 0%

  All professors who have taught CC 348

When teaching HIS 350L

50%A
17%B
17%C
0%D
0%F
17%Drops
grade: a b c d f drops
percentage: 50% 17% 17% 0% 0% 17%

  All professors who have taught HIS 350L

When teaching CC 302

17%A
33%B
21%C
13%D
10%F
6%Drops
grade: a b c d f drops
percentage: 17% 33% 21% 13% 10% 6%

  All professors who have taught CC 302

When teaching CC 347

36%A
22%B
22%C
4%D
9%F
5%Drops
grade: a b c d f drops
percentage: 36% 22% 22% 4% 9% 5%

  All professors who have taught CC 347

When teaching CC 301

29%A
31%B
18%C
8%D
6%F
8%Drops
grade: a b c d f drops
percentage: 29% 31% 18% 8% 6% 8%

  All professors who have taught CC 301

When teaching CC 342

49%A
21%B
17%C
9%D
4%F
0%Drops
grade: a b c d f drops
percentage: 49% 21% 17% 9% 4% 0%

  All professors who have taught CC 342

When teaching LAT 390

100%A
0%B
0%C
0%D
0%F
0%Drops
grade: a b c d f drops
percentage: 100% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%

  All professors who have taught LAT 390

When teaching LAT 365

74%A
19%B
6%C
0%D
0%F
0%Drops
grade: a b c d f drops
percentage: 74% 19% 6% 0% 0% 0%

  All professors who have taught LAT 365

When teaching CC 304C

24%A
31%B
25%C
9%D
7%F
5%Drops
grade: a b c d f drops
percentage: 24% 31% 25% 9% 7% 5%

  All professors who have taught CC 304C

When teaching LAT 323

54%A
15%B
8%C
8%D
8%F
8%Drops
grade: a b c d f drops
percentage: 54% 15% 8% 8% 8% 8%

  All professors who have taught LAT 323

When teaching GK 311

57%A
21%B
14%C
7%D
0%F
0%Drops
grade: a b c d f drops
percentage: 57% 21% 14% 7% 0% 0%

  All professors who have taught GK 311