K Asghari

Average Grade: A-
Total Reviews: 2338
Recommended: 1176 (50.3%)

Overall Quality 3.54

Helpfulness 3.49

Ease of Exams 2.94

Ease of Workload 3.65

Instructor Recommendations

 

Study the smoking notes and do the extra credit its mad easy
- Submitted on 12/08/2021 07:47 PM; by Veterinary Medicine major | Class of '23
Watch the lectures and take notes, Be consistent with your studying. Do not wait until last week, material piles up.
- Submitted on 12/08/2021 04:19 PM; by Other: (Non-business major) major | Class of '23
Do the EC, watch the lectures, read Smokin notes, do study guide
- Submitted on 12/08/2021 04:10 PM; by Other: (Non-business major) major | Class of '24
Lectures can be confusing and contradictory, and the SmartBook assignments are generally not very relevant to exam materials. Reading the textbook and dedicating a minimum of three days to the Smokin Notes is how I maintained an A in the class.
- Submitted on 12/08/2021 02:02 PM; by Liberal Arts and Sciences major | Class of '23
To read the Smokin'Notes class notes and do the quizzes and practice exams.
- Submitted on 12/08/2021 12:52 PM; by Public Health and Health Professions major | Class of '23
Definitely make sure to read the notes, then move to flashcards, and lastly review with the videos. Once this study process is complete, take the quizzes/exams.
- Submitted on 12/08/2021 07:27 AM; by Medicine major | Class of '23
Read your smokin notes and don't fall behind. It is easy to push the lectures off, but the content piles up quickly, hence why I have smokin notes.
- Submitted on 12/07/2021 11:26 PM; by Public Health and Health Professions major | Class of '23
Smokin notes have been more helpful than any other resource but I also found the textbook practice exam to be helpful in terms of seeing the information again.
- Submitted on 12/07/2021 07:20 PM; by Health and Human Performance major | Class of '22
use smokin notes and watch all the lectures. The practice exams for smokin notes are most helpful.
- Submitted on 12/07/2021 01:43 PM; by Other: (Non-business major) major | Class of '23
Watch his lectures, as he often mentions what parts of his slides are important to know for the exam. Also even if it's not required, do the extra credit that he offers. Also, Smokin' Notes is a lifesaver.
- Submitted on 06/19/2020 07:52 AM; by Medicine major | Class of '22
I really enjoyed this class, despite the length of his lectures and speed of the Summer A term. Smokin' Notes were essential in my success in this course as they provided me with so much extra reading material and practice questions.
- Submitted on 06/18/2020 03:37 PM; by Agricultural and Life Sciences major | Class of '22
This class is very doable with the help of Smokin Notes. Without this resource, it would be much more difficult to get the A in an accelerated Summer A semester.
- Submitted on 06/18/2020 11:32 AM; by Agricultural and Life Sciences major | Class of '21
Read the smokin notes and you should be set. I would recommend reading them about 2-3 times until you're comfortable with the material and then review the lecture slides about 1-2 times and you should be set
- Submitted on 04/21/2020 08:44 PM; by Agricultural and Life Sciences major | Class of '21
Study a few days in advance and create charts for yourself. Practice EVERYTHING
- Submitted on 06/17/2022 05:30 PM; by Agricultural and Life Sciences major | Class of '23
read superior notes than watch videos space time out
- Submitted on 06/17/2022 04:48 PM; by Liberal Arts and Sciences major | Class of '23
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