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PSYC 1101: PSYC1101
Northeastern University

Average Class Rating

Rated 4.4/5

Average Class Difficulty

2.4/5

Rated easy

Average Grade

B

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PSYC 1101 PSYC1101 is an Engineering course at Northeastern University.
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  • Class rating 5/5
    Best prof. ever!! She highly enjoys what she does and provides so many examples that it is almost impossible to not understand the material. Attendance is not mandatory but I never wanted to miss a single class. Recommend her to everyone!! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Absolutely recommended! her class is fun and you learn so much just by showing up! lots of quizzes, but no midterm or final. Very easy and fun class. Very willing to help students. TAKE HER CLASS!!! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Great class, very interesting. Lectures are a must because he actually lectures the information is not just given to you on the powerpoints. Very chill guy and very lenient with test questions- he usually gave credit when you explained why you thought it was an unfair question. Made me want to major in psychology He makes all his own powerpoints and his tests are very specific to what was shown in class, so attendance is pretty important. He knows what he is talking about & is very eager to help answer any questions you may have. He grades fairly, but the tests are tough because of the content. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    David Richters is a great guy who has a passion for psychology. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    He has an obvious passion for psychology and is a nice professor, however, his tests are very specific and the study guides are far from exhaustive. He does move pretty quickly and doesn't use the book. I used book few times to clarify terms and concepts. Lecture heavily based on experiments. Only three exams for the class which had tricky questions-be sure to know experiments. Overall class was easy but hard tests Make sure to go to class, because his slides won't be enough to know about the experiments. He does not respond to emails, even during finals. Don't buy the textbook. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    Must attend class because lecture slides do not have much info on them. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Mr. Wormwood is awesome, he's really funny and entertaining during lectures. He's really funny in class and he knows his material really well. He has jeopardy reviews that are really awesome for his tests. I didn't touch the textbook once because his ppts that he posted on bb covered everything. His tests were easy if you knew the material. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    IF you've seen his reviews from when he was at UNH, then it's the same professor. He also only tests you on the material on his powerpoints, which he uploads to blackboard, so you don't have to do any reading. All his tests are really straightforward and the final is completely made up of questions from previous tests. ...Continue reading

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  • Class rating 5/5
    Best prof. ever!! She highly enjoys what she does and provides so many examples that it is almost impossible to not understand the material. Attendance is not mandatory but I never wanted to miss a single class. Recommend her to everyone!! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Absolutely recommended! her class is fun and you learn so much just by showing up! lots of quizzes, but no midterm or final. Very easy and fun class. Very willing to help students. TAKE HER CLASS!!! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Great class, very interesting. Lectures are a must because he actually lectures the information is not just given to you on the powerpoints. Very chill guy and very lenient with test questions- he usually gave credit when you explained why you thought it was an unfair question. Made me want to major in psychology He makes all his own powerpoints and his tests are very specific to what was shown in class, so attendance is pretty important. He knows what he is talking about & is very eager to help answer any questions you may have. He grades fairly, but the tests are tough because of the content. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    David Richters is a great guy who has a passion for psychology. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    He has an obvious passion for psychology and is a nice professor, however, his tests are very specific and the study guides are far from exhaustive. He does move pretty quickly and doesn't use the book. I used book few times to clarify terms and concepts. Lecture heavily based on experiments. Only three exams for the class which had tricky questions-be sure to know experiments. Overall class was easy but hard tests Make sure to go to class, because his slides won't be enough to know about the experiments. He does not respond to emails, even during finals. Don't buy the textbook. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    Must attend class because lecture slides do not have much info on them. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Mr. Wormwood is awesome, he's really funny and entertaining during lectures. He's really funny in class and he knows his material really well. He has jeopardy reviews that are really awesome for his tests. I didn't touch the textbook once because his ppts that he posted on bb covered everything. His tests were easy if you knew the material. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    IF you've seen his reviews from when he was at UNH, then it's the same professor. He also only tests you on the material on his powerpoints, which he uploads to blackboard, so you don't have to do any reading. All his tests are really straightforward and the final is completely made up of questions from previous tests. ...Continue reading