Tufts University: Deborah Menegotto - Economics - Professor ratings, reviews and much more | JumboAccess
Professor Menegotto is a great professor who is truly concerned with the progress of her students. Her classes are very organized, and you don't even need to study from the book (however, you do need it for problem sets). Her tests are based solely on her notes, problem sets, and review problems she gives you before a test. Also, if you ask her a question during the test or for a problem set she is more than happy to help you out. She does have an accent, but it is manageable, and you are copying from the board anyway. I would definitely take another class with her.
The workload wasn't bad at all. You get about 9 problem sets throughout the semester (once a week or so), which is 15% of your grade, and there are 2 tests, which are worth 40% and 45% of your grade. The second test in during finals and is not cumulative. The problem sets really help you out for the tests.
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