Bernotas, David

teaching ECON 100B

Class approval

85.0%

average

114.7%

projected (next term)

i.e. 260 respondents (308 total) approved of this course.


35.4%

Percentile among all classes

33.0%

Percentile among ECON classes

Instructor approval

80.7%

average

83.8%

projected (next term)

i.e. 250 respondents (308 total) approved of this instructor's teaching of the course.


26.2%

Percentile among all classes

34.5%

Percentile among ECON classes

Instructor-class rating differential

-4.3%

average

-30.9%

projected (next term)

This is the difference between the instructor and class approval ratings. A higher value indicates a professor which can compensate for the negative qualities of a class.


24.9%

Percentile among all classes

35.8%

Percentile among ECON classes

Grade (GPA)

2.77

average

2.67

projected (next term)


13.2%

Percentile among all classes

23.0%

Percentile among ECON classes

Estimated time commitment

≈5:59

average

≈9:26

projected (next term)

The average amount of time outside of class needed per week.


62.9%

Percentile among all classes

75.2%

Percentile among ECON classes



This chart shows all ECON 100B classes' instructor and class recommended percentages. The dotted lines represent averages for each axis.

The top right quadrant represents good classes with good professors. Bottom right represents good classes with underwhelming professors, top left represents bad classes redeemed by their professors, and bottom left represents classes with subpar professors and classes.


This chart shows all ECON 100B time commitments and average GPAs. The dotted lines represent averages for each axis.

A point in the top right quadrant is an easy but time-consuming class. Bottom right is hard and time-consuming, bottom left is hard but light on workload, and top left is easy in all respects.

(C) 2019 David Cao, Tung Doan