All Ratings and Reviews for Robert T Clubb

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Overall 3.4
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Easiness of class 2.0
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Workload 2.0
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Clarity of professor 3.2
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Helpfulness of professor 3.5
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Course not listed Submitted May 22, 2001 Grade Received: N/A

This guy is not a professor, because according to my dictionary, professors should know how to teach and Clubb is far from that. He should stick to his lab and research since he apparently spends more time in that then he does preparing to teach the course. I am disappointed with this class and wish I would have taken another professor.

Course not listed Submitted March 9, 2001 Grade Received: N/A

he makes you memorize everything...ALL mechanism in each lecture. His lectures are OK but can be better organized. If you're taking 153A.. try Dr. Bates, she has a reader and is probably more organized.

Course not listed Submitted June 7, 2001 Grade Received: N/A

Clubb is not a professor, he researchs. This has advantaves and disadvantages. It's cool that he is not anal about stupid administrative details (I was late to a midterm and he let me take it in his lab). However, he lectures by showing over head after overhead of mechanisms. You have to memorize everything.

Course not listed Submitted Aug. 8, 2001 Grade Received: N/A

if you to take clubb for 153a seriously consider the other professor. clubb CAN'T lecture. he was actually booed during lecture once cuz it was so bad.

Course not listed Submitted July 9, 2003 Grade Received: N/A

Dr. Clubb is a great professor. His lectures are a bit boring but he is very knowledgable and knows his stuff.
Definitely make sure you go to Rose's sections since she is one of the best TA's.
Make sure you get the lecture notes for his class because I didn't know about them until the end of the course when it was too late.

Course not listed Submitted April 9, 2004 Grade Received: N/A

i think clubb was one the best chem prof's i have had. he's approachable, easy to understand and the way he covers the material is much easier than bates. it's more conceptual, less memorizing (although there is still alot) and lectures are really organized. and it's true...he is easy on the eyes as well.

Course not listed Submitted July 9, 2001 Grade Received: N/A

He's a researcher, not a teacher. Makes you more or less memorize everything, including all mechanisms. Tests aren't too bad if you memorize everything in his notes, can be long. His office hours are at weird times, like 7am, so no one goes, and he wonders why no one goes. Overall, relatively easy grade if you memorize well, learn the material decently because you memorized it, but not an inspiring teacher or anything.

Course not listed Submitted June 7, 2001 Grade Received: N/A

Clubb is really laid back and makes it really confortable to be in class. As far as being boring, it is the material's fault...as he says that he is "only a messenger". "Don't kill the messenger"-Clubb. In other words, take him unless you want the anal one next door.

Course not listed Submitted June 7, 2001 Grade Received: N/A

clubb is cool... he's kinda funny too..

Course not listed Submitted June 27, 2002 Grade Received: N/A

Clubb is not an engaging professor, but is obviously knowledgable about the material he covers. The exams require a lot of memorization as well as expansion of the ideas he covered in class. Unfortunately, I can't say I learned a thing in the class, which I'm sure is partly due to my disinterest in the subject, but also due to the boring lecture style and approach to the material.

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