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It's simply impossible to take notes from Prof. Read. He's definitely a nice guy and always willing to help. What I liked about him is that he's real professional about his job and gets the job done. Homework was way too much and VERY VERY tedious, having no point to it because none of the material was on the exams. His exams are pure lecture based so the book is totally useless. Again, he speaks way too fast not to mention makes the material very boring to follow, which makes note taking impossible.
Professor Read is such a nice guy! His lectures can get a bit boring, but the subject matter is really boring. His tests are MORE than fair. You don't even have to read the book. As long as you go to lecture, you'll do fine in the class. I got the highest grade, so I'm not lying. The homework is a bit tedious and long and I didn't really see a point in it, but it's easy points and not difficult. I would definitely recommed him if you want to get a good grade. He's one of the easiet Anthro 7 professors there are.
I thought that Professor Read did a decent job making (in my opinion) such a boring subject semi-interesting. His lectures were boring, but I honestly did learn a lot. His tests were multiple choice, which is TOTALLY EASY compared to the other Anthro. 7 classes (which were short answer/essay). Go to office hours if you have ANY questions, he is such a sweet, kind man, and is highly respected in his field. Gets the job done.
Wow . . . this guy needs to retire already! He's one of the dullest professors I have ever had. He was at least a week behind, then a week or two before the final, he suddenly became determined to catch up . . . I slept through his class all the time, yet somehow I managed to pull an A. Memorize the handouts and you'll be fine (just bored). The book was a lot more interesting than he was!