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Kshama Sawant
Professor in the Economics department
at Seattle University, Seattle, WA
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Overall Quality
3.7
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Hotness
Helpfulness
3.7
Clarity
3.7
Easiness
2.7
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7 Student Ratings
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06/07/2014
good
5 Helpfulness
5 Clarity
2 Easiness
ECON-UA 238 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: It's a must have Rater Interest: Really into it Grade Received: N/A

Great teacher

09/26/2012
poor
1 Helpfulness
1 Clarity
2 Easiness
ECON410 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: What textbook? Rater Interest: Really into it Grade Received: N/A

Not only is she incredibly shrill and annoying, she lacks the ability to teach. The worst professor I have had at SU yet.

06/07/2012
good
5 Helpfulness
5 Clarity
3 Easiness
Econ410 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: What textbook? Rater Interest: It's my life Grade Received: N/A

Dr Sawant is a great teacher. I found her to be engaging and dedicated with a clear method and a lot of patience. She gives really useful study guides, if you're present and pay attention you can get a good grade.

03/07/2012
good
5 Helpfulness
5 Clarity
3 Easiness
Econ330 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: It's a must have Rater Interest: It's my life Grade Received: N/A

Dr. Sawant is an amazing professor. This was my favorite class this quarter because she is so excited about the subject matter. She engages the class in great discussions and she's very helpful. A very caring woman as well.

01/29/2012
good
4 Helpfulness
5 Clarity
3 Easiness
ECON260 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: What textbook? Rater Interest: Low Grade Received: N/A

Although she has a strict demeanor, Sawant is a great professor and does an excellent job at explaining the material. The subject itself is hard and you'll be better off not even looking at the confusing textbook, but if you pay attention in class and take advantage of the note cards you can use on the exams, there's no reason you can't get an A.

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