All Ratings and Reviews for John D Lopez


Overall 4.4
Easiness of class 1.4
Workload 1.4
Not Clear
Clarity of professor 4.6
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Helpfulness of professor 4.5
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ENGL 4HW Submitted Dec. 11, 2001 Grade Received: N/A

Engl 4W is supposed to be somewhat hard. it should be specially hard for ppl that always do bad in engl. well i'm one of them so u know i cant stand engl at all. still, JD is the best!! take engl 4 with him. he will work with you on personal basis on the papers and ATTEND his lecs, he can open up your mind!

Course not listed Submitted March 17, 2001 Grade Received: N/A

JD is an excellent teacher and a great guy in general. I expected my English class to be really boring, but I ended up loving it. He is very enthusiastic and passionate about literature and he makes you think about how the subject matter in the books you read relates to current events. He is also always willing to help - he really wants his students to do well in his class. He is fabulous!!

Course not listed Submitted March 15, 2001 Grade Received: N/A

I had JD for English 4W and I loved him. He is a great teacher. I learned a lot and his class was really fun.

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

I want to bear his children, I loved him that much

Course not listed Submitted Oct. 6, 2005 Grade Received: N/A

Without a doubt, JD Lopez is one of my favorite teachers of all time. He is really cool, always available for help, and sincerely wants to help his students in their writing. He grades the writing fairly hard, and the reading is pretty heavy, but this class was one of the most eye-opening and mind-expanding classes I have ever taken. The discussions in the class, as I said, are mind-expanding, if not mind-blowing. Seriously, everyone should take this class. It will change the way you look at the world.

Course not listed Submitted March 3, 2003 Grade Received: N/A

J.D. is an amazing teacher. He is VERY CONCERNED about each and every student's needs and whatnot. He wants his students to do a good job and will help you at any length to make sure you do so. He is the best teacher here at UCLA. and I've never been So inspired to work so hard. Although his class may be a little fast pace and difficult, he does a great job helping every student. AWESOME teacher!

Course not listed Submitted July 31, 2001 Grade Received: N/A

This man is nothing short of amazing!!! I swear i hated all ENglish classes until his. He is so funny and makes EVERYTHING interesting...HE can relate English to anything in life and I do mena anything. PLease take his class WHENEVER and WHATEVER he is teaching

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

I don't know if you like English, but you will if you take any of JD's classes. I absolutely adored him. Not only is he amazingly passionate about what he teaches, but he loves to share that with his students. He is fair in his grading. He wants to make his students THINK and continue to expand on those thoughts. He did not just teach us romantic literature, but helped us UNDERSTAND it. I found that I could really relate to what he was saying. He is super encouraging of his students and wants everyone to leave having learned something. I had him for my 10B discussion, and though i disliked the professor (deutsch), i enjoyed the class more than any other english class i've taken. All i can say is FIND HIM AND TAKE HIM.

Course not listed Submitted March 5, 2001 Grade Received: N/A

This guy is passionate about literature and life in general and is concerned about students' lives being changed by what is learned in class. Really cool guy. (He has a nice southern twang to his speech, too). Awesome teacher. Take his classes. I had him for English 4W winter 2001.

Course not listed Submitted Nov. 4, 2003 Grade Received: N/A

He should be nick-named JD "the-one-who-breaks-lit-down" Lopez and be inducted into the UCLA English Department Hall of Fame for Professors. Take classes with him so that when he's a famous writer you can tell whoever cares that you had him as a professor. Plus you'll also be able to express your thoughts on the printed page much clearer than when you first entered his class. He's like Robin Williams in Dead Poets Society, except not as cheezy and younger and nobody commits suicide in his class.

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