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ECON 200: Microeconomics
University of Washington

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Rated 2.0/5

Average Class Difficulty

3.4/5

Rated moderate

Average Grade

A

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ECON 200 Microeconomics is an Economics course at UW taught by the following professor: Haideh Salehi-Esfahani.
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  • Class rating 2/5
    Ellis knows what he's taking about and tries hard to teach you the material, but doesn't do a very good job. His explanations, especially mathematical ones, are brief and unclear. He also wrote the textbook, so it's equally unclear. Be sure to study old homework, ungraded problems, and old tests. Some questions reappear. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    tough class, lots of tricky problems on exams, he teaches out of his own book ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 1/5
    What a way to start my university journey. Worst class ever. Professor is not reachable and not interested in students. None of the lectures were clear. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 1/5
    Jagori is pretty chill. NO homework, only 2 exams & 2 quizzes. Downside: tests have questions that don't reflect lecture content, (sometimes contradict the text) and it can be tricky to figure out how to do something for the first time during a 40 min exam worth 30% of your grade. Imperfect english makes for confusing multiple choice Qs. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Heather was so helpful, and really welcomed outside thinking. I hate talking in class, and try to avoid it at all costs, but the material was so intriguing and Heather is really open to your ideasthoughts. She's always willing to help you out of class, and her feedback is amazing. Definitely felt confident with my writing after taking her class. ...Continue reading

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  • Class rating 2/5
    Ellis knows what he's taking about and tries hard to teach you the material, but doesn't do a very good job. His explanations, especially mathematical ones, are brief and unclear. He also wrote the textbook, so it's equally unclear. Be sure to study old homework, ungraded problems, and old tests. Some questions reappear. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 2/5
    tough class, lots of tricky problems on exams, he teaches out of his own book ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 1/5
    What a way to start my university journey. Worst class ever. Professor is not reachable and not interested in students. None of the lectures were clear. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 1/5
    Jagori is pretty chill. NO homework, only 2 exams & 2 quizzes. Downside: tests have questions that don't reflect lecture content, (sometimes contradict the text) and it can be tricky to figure out how to do something for the first time during a 40 min exam worth 30% of your grade. Imperfect english makes for confusing multiple choice Qs. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Heather was so helpful, and really welcomed outside thinking. I hate talking in class, and try to avoid it at all costs, but the material was so intriguing and Heather is really open to your ideasthoughts. She's always willing to help you out of class, and her feedback is amazing. Definitely felt confident with my writing after taking her class. ...Continue reading