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ATSC 231: Aviation Meteorolgy
University of North Dakota

Average Class Rating

Rated 2.5/5

Average Class Difficulty

4.5/5

Rated hard

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ATSC 231 Aviation Meteorolgy is a Science course at UND taught by the following professor: Fred Remer.
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Professor Reviews in ATSC 231


  • Class rating 3/5
    Funny guy, and good person all around, but terrible teacher. He'll get sidetrack alot and his tests are extremely hard. If you don't show up to class, take notes, and understand all of the information he gives you, you'll have a really hard time. His lectures are literally 100-200 slides long and are extremely unorganized. Test averages are 60-70! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    Lectures are 2 hours long. I found them impossible to stay awake in, and he didn't make the class interesting at all. Basically just reading off powerpoints. There are in-class assignments, so you have to go to get all the points. His tests are extremely hard (70-75% average), and he subjectively adds extra credit to people he likes tests. ...Continue reading

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  • Class rating 3/5
    Funny guy, and good person all around, but terrible teacher. He'll get sidetrack alot and his tests are extremely hard. If you don't show up to class, take notes, and understand all of the information he gives you, you'll have a really hard time. His lectures are literally 100-200 slides long and are extremely unorganized. Test averages are 60-70! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    Lectures are 2 hours long. I found them impossible to stay awake in, and he didn't make the class interesting at all. Basically just reading off powerpoints. There are in-class assignments, so you have to go to get all the points. His tests are extremely hard (70-75% average), and he subjectively adds extra credit to people he likes tests. ...Continue reading