Introduction to Design and Analysis of Experiment
Winter 2020 - Just finished a midterm for this class. I haven't got a grade from this class yet, so I have no idea how he would deal with curving issue. But the lectures, homework, and exams are DEFINITELY HORRIBLE experience! I do not feel like learning anything from the mandatory lectures, and his unorganized class structure just made students not able to concentrate on the materials. The notes posted online was just like sketchy drafts, and professor gave practice WITHOUT answer. The questions in the exam were also very unfairly hard and did not match the difficulty of the problem sets he usually gave. Overall, I do not recommend taking 101A with Professor Almohalwas if you want to learn anything.
Winter 2023 - Professor Cha did a good job with lecturing, although her slides were a little unorganized. The homework helps A LOT with getting a better understanding of the material, because it's the type of class where you need to apply the material in order to understand it. The tests were fair, and the final project was a good way of applying everything you learned in the class. Overall very good class and would take again.
Spring 2022 - The best professor I've had in the UCLA stats path, however I can acknowledge why people don't like the pacing of his classes. For both Stats 10 and 101A he used a mini midterm system which I personally really liked, and kept the content relevant, making it hard to fall behind. He explains concepts really well, and I was excited to go to lecture. If you like the midterm system then he's a 10/10 prof.