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The best professor I've ever had at UCLA. You will not meet another professor who cares this much about student learning. Bakhos admits that how well the students do in the class is a reflection on her teaching and does everything she can to make the material clear, easy to learn, and most importantly watches for the fact that you DO LEARN it. She is AMAZING. Her class is not difficult by any means yet interesting, and if you go to one professor's office hours in your UCLA career let it be Bakhos- she is a rarity of a professor.
She's very friendly, but by God, she treats the class like we're still in grade school. I honestly cannot stay awake in her class because her lectures are absolutely not provocative, challenging, or engaging AT ALL. She has given four or five lectures so far, and I only have a page and a half of notes - not because I know the material, but because she spends most of her time coddling us and telling us how awesome we are (seems like a good thing - it's not).
As a student who's paying 35 grand a year to be here, I want to learn something.