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Memorial University of Newfoundland Reviews

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230 Elizabeth Avenue St John’s A1C 5S7 Newfoundland & Labrador
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MUN Quick Facts

Enrollment:
18,500
Undergraduate:
15,500
Graduate:
3,000
Faculty:
N/A
Annual Tuition:
$2,550
International Students:
$8,800
Used Textbooks:
87
Courses:
72
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I spent 4 years here and graduated with a B.Sc. (Hons). It isn't a great school and I really regret having gone there. I am now at another university (Carleton) and cannot even begin to describe how much better it is. MUN is lack in everything from the course offerings (pretty abysmal) to the programs available to students (mental health? What's that?). Plus because so many locals attend and St. John's is small, it is a slightly updated version of high school. Don't go. more

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Easy course with simple verb conjugations and lots of vocabulary. Definitely helpful in building up your basic written French skills. This being said, the eLive chats were excellent in that it provided students with the opportunity to speak and listen to the professor. The D2L platform also allowed us to click on vocabulary words in order to hear them pronounced. Evaluations were fair and not too challenging if you kept up with the work.

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Macroeconomics, Thirteenth Canadian Edit...

  • Author(s): Ragan Lipsey
  • Edition: 13th
  • Condition: Good
    $80

    Roman Art

    • Author(s): Ramage and Rama...
    • Edition: 5th
    • Condition: Excellent
      $80

      As the Romans Did

      • Author(s): Shelton
      • Edition: 2nd
      • Condition: Excellent
        $50

        Macroeconomics and Study Guide

        • Author(s): Lipsey
        • Edition: 1st
        • Condition: Good
          $100

          Microeconomics

          • Author(s): Lipsey
          • Edition: 13th
          • Condition: Good
            $80

            Cultural Anthro: A Problem-Based Approac...

            • Author(s): Robbins, Larkin
            • Edition: 1st
            • Condition: Good
              $60

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              She tests directly from her powerpoint notes. I would have given her an A, but the reading load is a little unrealistic if you're a full-time student. The lecture can be dull but she has a sarcastic and sometimes awkward sense of humour that will keep you awake. She's also a very nice person and accommodating when it comes to extensions and offering help when needed.
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              Bring a computer to class because she speaks very quickly and sometimes bounces around topics. She can be a little disorganized this way BUT if you pay close attention you can tell what she deems important enough to test. She is a very easy marker and is always willing to help students. I found her very friendly. Overall, I just took notes in class and used her slides to get an idea of what she would test. She sets clear expectations and is very fair.
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              I did well in his course but I found him to be inauthentic and inappropriate. His course is disengaging because he does not thoroughly cover the assigned readings and is very disorganized. He basically just jumps through random pages and makes a couple of points here and there. He marks tests easily but he is much harder on homework assignments. He also expects you to memorize obscure quotes that he does not always cover in class. He also relies heavily on D2L to teach the course for him.

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