Barry O'Neill
Department of Political Science
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3.1
Overall Rating
Based on 66 Users
Easiness 3.0 / 5 How easy the class is, 1 being extremely difficult and 5 being easy peasy.
Clarity 2.1 / 5 How clear the class is, 1 being extremely unclear and 5 being very clear.
Workload 3.7 / 5 How much workload the class is, 1 being extremely heavy and 5 being extremely light.
Helpfulness 3.0 / 5 How helpful the class is, 1 being not helpful at all and 5 being extremely helpful.

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  • Often Funny
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32.6%
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20.7%
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Grade distributions are collected using data from the UCLA Registrar’s Office.

25.6%
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Grade distributions are collected using data from the UCLA Registrar’s Office.

24.4%
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Quarter: Winter 2020
Grade: NR
Jan. 28, 2020

This is one of the worst classes I have taken at UCLA. The professor is nice which is great and all if we are evaluating him as a person, but the reality is he is supposed to be a good educator, and to say he does not know how to teach is simply an understatement. Despite how well he knows the material, he lacks the ability to articulate it. His lectures are not structured in any way and consist of him rambling on and typically leaving you more confused than you were before you walked in. The teaching assistants try to be helpful but the material is just overall poorly organized and communicated and it is just a shit show. I read the reviews of this class prior to taking it and decided to disregard all of the negative reviews and give the professor and the class a chance, and it was the worst mistake. I strongly recommend everyone to not take this class and take it with a different professor if you can. 0/10 would recommend. It baffles me that such a top tier university like UCLA has professors that are this awful at teaching. It is classes and professors like this that turn an individual who used to love learning and going to class to hating the education system and dreading the mere thought of going to class. Thanks for coming to my ted talk

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Quarter: Winter 2021
Grade: N/A
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Feb. 6, 2021

I'm still in the middle of this quarter, but I have vowed never to take another class with this Professor. Barry is sweet, funny, and I would be friends with him outside of class, but as a Professor, he makes learning 100x more difficult.

Albeit I'm taking him through zoom in the middle of this panorama, so it might be different in person, but for the last 6 weeks, he has spent the first hour and 30 mins of every class talking about current events. Then in the last 10-15 minutes, he speeds through all the material he was supposed to cover that week. Thankfully I understand what's happening, but most people are not good at math, and this combination of stem and disorganized learning makes it extremely difficult for students to actually learn.

I usually just wait until section to learn what I was supposed to, and my TA has been incredible in that department. If you don't do math at all, then please do yourself this favor and avoid this class or at least take it with another Professor. Many of my friends are having extreme anxiety during this midterm season, and trust me; you don't want to be here for it.

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Quarter: Winter 2023
Grade: B+
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Feb. 10, 2024

This professor made learning the material very difficult and I felt as if I could have done better with a different professor. His teaching style was very unorganized and all over the place but I do appreciate the curve he has.

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Quarter: Fall 2023
Grade: B
Jan. 20, 2024

It is not the best class to take, but not the worst. It is very messy with assignments and tests. There aren't a lot of ways to genuinely learn the material. Luckily, he curves the midterm and final. Your attendance in discussions counts a lot. However, you don't know what your grade is until after the final. He goes by percentages ( if you get 25-35 points, you'll get a B), but that can all change in the end. It said I had over 100% in the class all quarter and ended with a B. Also, no one I knew understood the material at the end of the quarter, and the TAs don't have enough time to help you understand everything (and there is a lot). I wouldn't recommend this class if you prioritize your GPA like I do.

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Quarter: Fall 2023
Grade: B
Jan. 11, 2024

To start this off I would say that I like Barry and think he knows his stuff inside and out. However I am furious with him. His lectures were so bad that attending them was a waste of time. His study guides were not useful and a TA could only clarify so much. His exams are so wild and some questions will relate to a tangent he gave in lecture. I walked out of that class not learning a single thing. Now that I am in 172 with a different professor I realize that I need to drop this course because I don't know the basics of game theory in politics. if Barry taught at a higher level where people already have an understanding of the fundamentals, then it'd be different.
OH during both exams the proctors got notified to change a question on it MID EXAM. Which i find ridiculous from a professor at the number one public university. His slides are not useful and it barely follows the textbooks he provides. The marcos meza textbook however isn't bad. Again I like him think he's nice guy and knows his stuff but he should retire or at the least not teach the intro to game theory.

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Quarter: Fall 2023
Grade: A
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Dec. 28, 2023

O'Neill is an amazing person. I respect his entire being and he is a game theory wizard. He is NOT a good prof. He is extremely unorganized and did not release 4/9 assignments on the syllabus which highkey made us want to die. His assignments were not easy. They were confusing, but do use your TA. Go to your TA's OH and his as well. Show up to class!!!! His midterm and final has "participation" points. Easy stuff that you will get wrong if you do not show up. Ex. My opinion on this was .... He grades on a curve. Everyone got an A or a B with some A-, B+, B-. You will not know your grade until the end. If you have any questions, do not be shy to ask. Do not rely on his study guides or old exams/assignments, he makes everything fresh every quarter. I recommend you take the other prof if you have the option to. If you do really have to take him, good luck. Ask other students or on like reddit for the study guide they made. Make some friends and that will save you.

If you are stressed about your grade. Just know, I got a D- on my midterm (3rd quartile) and managed to end with a clutch of an A. I think it was bc I studied a lot with my TA (jacob), had study groups with friends, and made a study guide. (If you want the guide, post on reddit and TONS of people will be willing to help NGL). I did not attend a single lecture (not even 1st one). But, I did go to all section and OH. I did not use Kathleen, I used one of his textbooks he posted for free which gave a summary of the topics. do NOT drop the class for fear you will fail, you will be just fine. A B or B- is better than an I.

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Quarter: Fall 2023
Grade: A
Dec. 28, 2023

I have a lot of thoughts on this class. I’d say a sentence that appropriately summarizes it is that Prof. O'Neill is a legend yet everything about this class is a huge disorganized mess. Even though there was both good and bad to this class I would definitely take it again over some of the other choices available. Overall I think people give Professor O’Neill more of a bad reputation than he deserves. While he is disorganized and lectures are hard to understand at times, he is one of the most caring professors I’ve taken class with here. This class is not necessarily an easy A, but it is a manageable A if you put in the work. I studied for approx 20 hours the week of and before the final.

How to do well in this class-
Personally, I had a really hard time understanding lectures and homework at first which is why it is crucial you attend discussions and work with your TA. My TA, Chris Wu was personally wonderful. I went to office hours every week to clarify homework problems which is how I got good scores. Additionally, anything is fair game on a midterm or final. Literally any sentence, word, or story he mentions in class can be on the midterm or final. I would recommend quizlet for memorizing literally everything. I would also recommend doing every set of practice tests or problems he gives you. He almost always reuses problems that he has already given on practices. I can recall about 5-7 problems on the final being from practice sheets.

Grading-
The thing that sucks about this class is that you will not know what your grade is until the end of the quarter. Prof. O’Neill grades using quintiles- the top 20% of scores in the lecture get an A, next 20% get a B, and so on. Use the midterm to gage how you are doing. I scored in the first quintile on the midterm, and I ended up getting an A in the class. If you score lower than the first quintile on the midterm try to raise it for the final, this will increase your chances at getting an A.
Another thing is that your TA will probably make or break your grade in this class. Some grade more harshly than others.

Textbooks-
Do not buy any of the textbooks. I never even needed to look at it studying for this class.

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Quarter: Fall 2023
Grade: I
Nov. 7, 2023

DO NOT TAKE! If you're like me before fall quarter rushing to find any open poli sci classes pleeeaaaseeee save yourself the headache and wait till the next quarter when more open up. Before this class, I had no game theory knowledge but for some reason, the class is taught and structured like I should already know what I'm doing. I am so confused. The homework takes me hours and hours and HOURS each week and this class was supposed to be a casual lower-division course. DO. NOT. TAKE. I am a junior and Barry is the worst professor I have ever had. So so so confusing. You will regret it. SAVE YOURSELF

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Quarter: Winter 2023
Grade: A+
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June 29, 2023

I really enjoyed this class. Game theory can be something where you either get it or you don’t, and the professor can be difficult to understand, but the TAs are able to make up for it. He doesn’t give out too much work, but he does give out prizes if you win one of the games in class, so study up ahead of time!

Ultimately, this class is quite useful as most PoliSci professors at this school will try to reference game theory at some point.

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Quarter: Winter 2023
Grade: B+
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April 19, 2023

This class was an emotional roller coaster !! And not a fun one! The first two weeks were alright, the material and format were very different from your typical poli sci class since it’s about game theory and there pretty much no writing involved. However, as the weeks went by, the lectures started getting more and more confusing. The professor would give very little explanation of the important topics recurring in the midterm and final and extensively elaborate on random unimportant things! His lectures greatly lacked structure and clarity. He seemed to have great difficulty explaining concepts in accessible terms to anyone who doesn’t have solid knowledge and grasp of the content already. He would often over complicate even the most simple concept and leave everyone confused. I would just keep second guessing myself because of that as his explanation and examples are inconsistent. I do admit that he does seem very genuine and passionate about the topic and about teaching; sadly, I would also argue that it might be one of the reasons why he digresses so much and provides over complicated confusing explanations and loosely related examples. But you could still do alright if you happen to have a good TA. This was not my case. My TA was Max and to be honest I wouldn’t say he is a bad TA. His explanations and examples were pretty clear… at first. But he was a very absent TA. He would cancel many of our discussions and not make up for the missed material, leaving us with only the confusing explanations of the prof at hand. He was also not very responsive to email outside of class and sometimes would not attend his own office hours. On top of that, during the last discussion dedicated to review for the final he would provide very confusing answers to questions, saying that the answer key he had was wrong when it was right, using the wrong methods to solve some of the problems, and he was not listening when we were telling him that he was wrong. If you get a good TA however, this class should be fine. I started attending another TAs office hours around the end of the quarter and she was so helpful (Laura) I genuinely regret not going to her office hours earlier, maybe I could have done better in that class then. Finally the last issue with that class was the grading. They don’t use Bruinlearn but gradescope, for the weekly homework assignments only. And my TA would take for ever to grade them, thus we had no way to know where we stand in the class. The answer keys were also pretty messy and hard to understand. The midterm had almost nothing to do with the material the prof emphasized was important and mainly focused on unimportant details, he also put some of the material that was just saw in the previous lecture, which was a completely new concept that he had not fully developed yet. It took a while to get that grade back too, leaving most of us very confused about how we were doing in the class again. Finally, I have still no idea what participation grade (but then again most of us were more present than the TA himself so…) and the final grade. They said they would curve the class in a favorable way but really they did not. There was also no extra credit opportunities sadly. Overall, if u get an helpful TA, you should be fine. Otherwise, good luck lol.

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Quarter: Winter 2020
Grade: NR
Jan. 28, 2020

This is one of the worst classes I have taken at UCLA. The professor is nice which is great and all if we are evaluating him as a person, but the reality is he is supposed to be a good educator, and to say he does not know how to teach is simply an understatement. Despite how well he knows the material, he lacks the ability to articulate it. His lectures are not structured in any way and consist of him rambling on and typically leaving you more confused than you were before you walked in. The teaching assistants try to be helpful but the material is just overall poorly organized and communicated and it is just a shit show. I read the reviews of this class prior to taking it and decided to disregard all of the negative reviews and give the professor and the class a chance, and it was the worst mistake. I strongly recommend everyone to not take this class and take it with a different professor if you can. 0/10 would recommend. It baffles me that such a top tier university like UCLA has professors that are this awful at teaching. It is classes and professors like this that turn an individual who used to love learning and going to class to hating the education system and dreading the mere thought of going to class. Thanks for coming to my ted talk

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Quarter: Winter 2021
Grade: N/A
Feb. 6, 2021

I'm still in the middle of this quarter, but I have vowed never to take another class with this Professor. Barry is sweet, funny, and I would be friends with him outside of class, but as a Professor, he makes learning 100x more difficult.

Albeit I'm taking him through zoom in the middle of this panorama, so it might be different in person, but for the last 6 weeks, he has spent the first hour and 30 mins of every class talking about current events. Then in the last 10-15 minutes, he speeds through all the material he was supposed to cover that week. Thankfully I understand what's happening, but most people are not good at math, and this combination of stem and disorganized learning makes it extremely difficult for students to actually learn.

I usually just wait until section to learn what I was supposed to, and my TA has been incredible in that department. If you don't do math at all, then please do yourself this favor and avoid this class or at least take it with another Professor. Many of my friends are having extreme anxiety during this midterm season, and trust me; you don't want to be here for it.

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Quarter: Winter 2023
Grade: B+
Feb. 10, 2024

This professor made learning the material very difficult and I felt as if I could have done better with a different professor. His teaching style was very unorganized and all over the place but I do appreciate the curve he has.

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Quarter: Fall 2023
Grade: B
Jan. 20, 2024

It is not the best class to take, but not the worst. It is very messy with assignments and tests. There aren't a lot of ways to genuinely learn the material. Luckily, he curves the midterm and final. Your attendance in discussions counts a lot. However, you don't know what your grade is until after the final. He goes by percentages ( if you get 25-35 points, you'll get a B), but that can all change in the end. It said I had over 100% in the class all quarter and ended with a B. Also, no one I knew understood the material at the end of the quarter, and the TAs don't have enough time to help you understand everything (and there is a lot). I wouldn't recommend this class if you prioritize your GPA like I do.

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Quarter: Fall 2023
Grade: B
Jan. 11, 2024

To start this off I would say that I like Barry and think he knows his stuff inside and out. However I am furious with him. His lectures were so bad that attending them was a waste of time. His study guides were not useful and a TA could only clarify so much. His exams are so wild and some questions will relate to a tangent he gave in lecture. I walked out of that class not learning a single thing. Now that I am in 172 with a different professor I realize that I need to drop this course because I don't know the basics of game theory in politics. if Barry taught at a higher level where people already have an understanding of the fundamentals, then it'd be different.
OH during both exams the proctors got notified to change a question on it MID EXAM. Which i find ridiculous from a professor at the number one public university. His slides are not useful and it barely follows the textbooks he provides. The marcos meza textbook however isn't bad. Again I like him think he's nice guy and knows his stuff but he should retire or at the least not teach the intro to game theory.

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Quarter: Fall 2023
Grade: A
Dec. 28, 2023

O'Neill is an amazing person. I respect his entire being and he is a game theory wizard. He is NOT a good prof. He is extremely unorganized and did not release 4/9 assignments on the syllabus which highkey made us want to die. His assignments were not easy. They were confusing, but do use your TA. Go to your TA's OH and his as well. Show up to class!!!! His midterm and final has "participation" points. Easy stuff that you will get wrong if you do not show up. Ex. My opinion on this was .... He grades on a curve. Everyone got an A or a B with some A-, B+, B-. You will not know your grade until the end. If you have any questions, do not be shy to ask. Do not rely on his study guides or old exams/assignments, he makes everything fresh every quarter. I recommend you take the other prof if you have the option to. If you do really have to take him, good luck. Ask other students or on like reddit for the study guide they made. Make some friends and that will save you.

If you are stressed about your grade. Just know, I got a D- on my midterm (3rd quartile) and managed to end with a clutch of an A. I think it was bc I studied a lot with my TA (jacob), had study groups with friends, and made a study guide. (If you want the guide, post on reddit and TONS of people will be willing to help NGL). I did not attend a single lecture (not even 1st one). But, I did go to all section and OH. I did not use Kathleen, I used one of his textbooks he posted for free which gave a summary of the topics. do NOT drop the class for fear you will fail, you will be just fine. A B or B- is better than an I.

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Quarter: Fall 2023
Grade: A
Dec. 28, 2023

I have a lot of thoughts on this class. I’d say a sentence that appropriately summarizes it is that Prof. O'Neill is a legend yet everything about this class is a huge disorganized mess. Even though there was both good and bad to this class I would definitely take it again over some of the other choices available. Overall I think people give Professor O’Neill more of a bad reputation than he deserves. While he is disorganized and lectures are hard to understand at times, he is one of the most caring professors I’ve taken class with here. This class is not necessarily an easy A, but it is a manageable A if you put in the work. I studied for approx 20 hours the week of and before the final.

How to do well in this class-
Personally, I had a really hard time understanding lectures and homework at first which is why it is crucial you attend discussions and work with your TA. My TA, Chris Wu was personally wonderful. I went to office hours every week to clarify homework problems which is how I got good scores. Additionally, anything is fair game on a midterm or final. Literally any sentence, word, or story he mentions in class can be on the midterm or final. I would recommend quizlet for memorizing literally everything. I would also recommend doing every set of practice tests or problems he gives you. He almost always reuses problems that he has already given on practices. I can recall about 5-7 problems on the final being from practice sheets.

Grading-
The thing that sucks about this class is that you will not know what your grade is until the end of the quarter. Prof. O’Neill grades using quintiles- the top 20% of scores in the lecture get an A, next 20% get a B, and so on. Use the midterm to gage how you are doing. I scored in the first quintile on the midterm, and I ended up getting an A in the class. If you score lower than the first quintile on the midterm try to raise it for the final, this will increase your chances at getting an A.
Another thing is that your TA will probably make or break your grade in this class. Some grade more harshly than others.

Textbooks-
Do not buy any of the textbooks. I never even needed to look at it studying for this class.

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Quarter: Fall 2023
Grade: I
Nov. 7, 2023

DO NOT TAKE! If you're like me before fall quarter rushing to find any open poli sci classes pleeeaaaseeee save yourself the headache and wait till the next quarter when more open up. Before this class, I had no game theory knowledge but for some reason, the class is taught and structured like I should already know what I'm doing. I am so confused. The homework takes me hours and hours and HOURS each week and this class was supposed to be a casual lower-division course. DO. NOT. TAKE. I am a junior and Barry is the worst professor I have ever had. So so so confusing. You will regret it. SAVE YOURSELF

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Quarter: Winter 2023
Grade: A+
June 29, 2023

I really enjoyed this class. Game theory can be something where you either get it or you don’t, and the professor can be difficult to understand, but the TAs are able to make up for it. He doesn’t give out too much work, but he does give out prizes if you win one of the games in class, so study up ahead of time!

Ultimately, this class is quite useful as most PoliSci professors at this school will try to reference game theory at some point.

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Quarter: Winter 2023
Grade: B+
April 19, 2023

This class was an emotional roller coaster !! And not a fun one! The first two weeks were alright, the material and format were very different from your typical poli sci class since it’s about game theory and there pretty much no writing involved. However, as the weeks went by, the lectures started getting more and more confusing. The professor would give very little explanation of the important topics recurring in the midterm and final and extensively elaborate on random unimportant things! His lectures greatly lacked structure and clarity. He seemed to have great difficulty explaining concepts in accessible terms to anyone who doesn’t have solid knowledge and grasp of the content already. He would often over complicate even the most simple concept and leave everyone confused. I would just keep second guessing myself because of that as his explanation and examples are inconsistent. I do admit that he does seem very genuine and passionate about the topic and about teaching; sadly, I would also argue that it might be one of the reasons why he digresses so much and provides over complicated confusing explanations and loosely related examples. But you could still do alright if you happen to have a good TA. This was not my case. My TA was Max and to be honest I wouldn’t say he is a bad TA. His explanations and examples were pretty clear… at first. But he was a very absent TA. He would cancel many of our discussions and not make up for the missed material, leaving us with only the confusing explanations of the prof at hand. He was also not very responsive to email outside of class and sometimes would not attend his own office hours. On top of that, during the last discussion dedicated to review for the final he would provide very confusing answers to questions, saying that the answer key he had was wrong when it was right, using the wrong methods to solve some of the problems, and he was not listening when we were telling him that he was wrong. If you get a good TA however, this class should be fine. I started attending another TAs office hours around the end of the quarter and she was so helpful (Laura) I genuinely regret not going to her office hours earlier, maybe I could have done better in that class then. Finally the last issue with that class was the grading. They don’t use Bruinlearn but gradescope, for the weekly homework assignments only. And my TA would take for ever to grade them, thus we had no way to know where we stand in the class. The answer keys were also pretty messy and hard to understand. The midterm had almost nothing to do with the material the prof emphasized was important and mainly focused on unimportant details, he also put some of the material that was just saw in the previous lecture, which was a completely new concept that he had not fully developed yet. It took a while to get that grade back too, leaving most of us very confused about how we were doing in the class again. Finally, I have still no idea what participation grade (but then again most of us were more present than the TA himself so…) and the final grade. They said they would curve the class in a favorable way but really they did not. There was also no extra credit opportunities sadly. Overall, if u get an helpful TA, you should be fine. Otherwise, good luck lol.

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Easiness 3.0 / 5 How easy the class is, 1 being extremely difficult and 5 being easy peasy.
Clarity 2.1 / 5 How clear the class is, 1 being extremely unclear and 5 being very clear.
Workload 3.7 / 5 How much workload the class is, 1 being extremely heavy and 5 being extremely light.
Helpfulness 3.0 / 5 How helpful the class is, 1 being not helpful at all and 5 being extremely helpful.

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