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Professor: WANG, Shuo S
it's quite interesting!
Professor: Prof. Y.C. Richard WONG
There are loads of reading materials for you to prepare, approximately 40 to 50 passages. Although there is not much assessment, that amount of readings and term paper together with the essay-based exam are killing you. Fortunately, the exam questions are very similar between years, you can choose to focus on a few of them and pick 3 out of 5 questions to answer. If you are very interested in and confident with economics, go for it. Otherwise, just pick another common core course will be the way.
The course content is easy but it's not effortless to get an outstanding grade.
Professor: Dr C S C Lo
Dr J W Zhang
Dr K W Y Yuen
Prof B K C Chow
Memorize all details of the lecture notes. The first module is the most difficult.
Professor: Dr Adrian Pablé
The course workload is very low-just one essay and a final test. Start preparing your mid-term essay early and do some research in advance. Revise after every lecture to clear up the concepts. Study for the test and your grade will be decent :)
Professor: William, Eddy, Rachel
There are practice sessions for calculus, attend them if you haven't studied M1/M2 before. Learn through youtube videos helps too.
Professor: Sasaki Sensei
***[IMPORTANT]*** The course will have >50% student who already know japanese like myself. I didn't revise and still get A because I was at the level that is able to communicate with native without any formal study. Listen, if you have NO or very little(what I mean by little is you only understand < 20% when a native is speaking) experience on japanese, you are KILLING yourself by taking this course. A lot of people with experience will accelerate the pace of the lecture so that you need to study really hard to catch up. But if you are experienced, welcome. You will enjoy the course. This is the case for Korean courses as well
Professor: Huang Kaibin
all lecture. Check for youtube videos if you dont understand
Professor: Lani Freeborn
Professor: Ng Chun Hung
highly recommended for people who want to learn badminton effectively, he teaches very well with passion and professional attitude
Professor: Lily PAN
talks too quick, this course is very chur and poorly designed, exam is very hard, not recommended for students without M1/M2
Professor: Yu Y. K.
You will gain a lot if you can teach yourself and find out all the mistakes in the slides by him. You will even gain more if you can master all in the text book and then go to the lecture and test yourself by checking out all the mistakes. And you can be a master in the course if you can make as many mistakes as him. (All above are really just jokes, do not believe that : ) ) Anyway, have a good dream at the course.
didnt go lecture
Professor: Choi Wing sum
Miss Choi好好人 好有心教 。堂常印唔同顏色notes 準備左好多自習題目。做到唔識 隨時可以落堂問。 教文法個陣d example 好生活化 會講日本人平時會係咩情況講呢句句式。
Professor: Prof Mak, Prof Wai Pan, Prof Kan
boring but not bad
Professor: Prof William Cheung and 2 others
Not bad. Professors sometimes give out snacks during class. Lectures and tutorials are quite boring
Professor: Blumberg Frederick Laurence
The lecturer is incapable of teaching a class at all. His lectures do not have a focus; he merely rambles on and on, pretending to conduct a Socratic discussion by inviting students to comment, when in reality he is unprepared and does not know what he is teaching. His manners are unnerving and borderline creepy, making queer remarks over and over again.
Professor: Winnie Tang
Professor: Richard Goss
good, just add more reference in final essay and follow his instructions in every task, and do not attempt plagiarism
Professor: Isabel Hwang
she is a very nice lecturer
Professor: Dr Pun
lecture is not very important
Professor: Dr Jennifer Wan
Professor: Dr Lo
Be attentive in first two parts. Don’t worry if you get low marks in some of the quizzes. Study for final exam then you can get a-range
Professor: Many and vary each year, each lecture
Lecture content sucks, lecturers suck. Basically, the whole course is meaningless. The exam is only about memorization of meaningless details.
Professor: Nelson Yeung Chun Yiu
I guess he is a fun person, but his teaching is generally boring (perhaps it's a matter of the topics). His teaching is clear and concise.
Professor: Yeung Yang
Yeung Yang is certainly good at facilitating discussion and inspiring you to think. I would recommend her especially to those who have a science background (e.g. taken science subjects in high school). She teaches in a "humanity" perspective, which is quite interesting (She does teach In Dialogue with Humanity at the same time). A possible drawback, however, is that she's relatively weak in science (it might be an advantage). Overall, she's very passionate, supportive, and caring. BTW she can speak Cantonese.
Professor: wong wun yu
Professor: Li Chun Pu
Professor: Dr. Liu Zhifeng + Prof. Ngai To
Boring teaching but easy if you do past paper and have studied DSE Chem before. Hard if you haven't studied chem before.
Professor: Dr. Kwok Pak Nin
Very good! Highly recommend!
Professor: Chris Leung
the professor is nice, exam paper is easy
Professor: Lulu Chiu
good, prof. Chiu showed many videos to illustrate her teaching and she is quite humerous. the final is easy, just recite notes
Professor: Jamie Lien
Jamie is a kind teacher, her teaching is clear but a bit boring.
Professor: Dr. Lo Chung Yeung(Edwin Lo)
Edwin 係好好嘅老師，上堂有趣輕鬆但學到嘢， 比grade算好（利申overall a-），亦好肯比意見你寫好篇文。
Professor: LEUNG Tak Wah
Professor: Marco Ho
Excellent, the most strongest professor in IE.
Professor: CK Chan
CK is a good teacher and a good dean. He answers students' questions nicely and explain them in detail though you may not understand at the first time~
Professor: Prof. Lawal Marafa
Prof. Yim Hung Lam, Steve
Prof. Lawal Marafa speaks English that is very difficult to hear. It is hard to catch up with the lesson.
Professor: Teresa KUAN
Professor: Prof. Shi Ce
Good grades, clear explanation, uses some math (multivariable calculus)