Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Dr. Kuvalanka is a wonderful professor but you will need to pay close attention in class in order to receive a good grade. Her exams are difficult and she will add facts/information in between her slides and likes to use this information on her tests. She is very approachable so if you are confused on course information, be sure to talk with her during office hours and she will further explain for you. Her exams are all multiple choice but be sure to read each question very carefully because a lot of times they will say things like "although all options are true, which is the best?" and things like that. She does give the class a study guide which really helps. Overall, you learn a lot and the class is very interesting!
The topic of the course was the best part for me. Dr. Kuvalanka encourages student discussion even though it is a fairly large lecture class and allows each student to voice their opinion or input on the topic that day. A lot of the information can be used in real life, since it focuses on relationships, which makes it easier to comprehend.
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Advice for students:
This is the type of course where you really should not wait till the night before to study for exams. It can be easy to mix up the theories and statistics but if you read over your notes for thirty minutes a night, you will do significantly better on her exams.