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Jerry Weigle
(Management)


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Positive Comments (6)

Subject: Loves Cars  (Jan 06 2009, 07:36PM)
Student: Anonymous (Management)
Class:Business Law (B+)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 Weigle is a good prof, he is a lawyer who owns a local practice in town. He always uses cars in his examples, but they are usually easy to understand. His class involves 3 exams and thats it. However, he always curves the exams, which consist of true/false and multiple choice questions. You also have the chance to do extra credit--case briefings or a book report. Overall, not a bad guy. Just make sure you study hard for the tests and you will be fine.
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Subject: Do your work and you'll be fine  (Dec 05 2008, 02:43PM)
Student: Anonymous (Business Undeclared)
Class:American Legal Enviornment (A)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 Dr. Weigle is a pleasant guy. His classes are all lecture and they follow with the book. He gives two tests and the final. He also offers a good amount of extra credit so if you mess up the first test you can still get a good grade. A lot of people said his tests were hard and in my class there were only two As on each test (with a lot of Bs) . I had an A on each test because I went to all of his classes, took notes and also read each chapter. It really wasnt that much work and the book is kind of boring, but if you spend any time looking at your notes youll do decently on the tests. His tests are all multiple choice, true/false and yes/no. Hes a good choice for class if you do your work and is fair grader.
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Subject: Go Neighbor Boy  (May 07 2006, 03:22PM)
Student: Anonymous (Management Information Systems)
Class:Business Law (B)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 Weigle is a pretty good prof. His classes are kind of dry, but they can be interesting. He's somewhat funny, but most of the time he just stutters the minutes away. He always says things like... "So what's the 64 dollar question?" and talks about "Neighbor Boy". This isn't really relevant, and he's still a pretty good teacher, he gets the point across. Just make sure you read the text, and you'll be fine.
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Subject: Lots of Stories  (Mar 27 2005, 06:42PM)
Student: Dave W. (HR Management)
Class:American Legal Environment (--)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 Professor Weigle isn't too bad of a professor if you have to take this course. Generally, his class involves him lecturing about the book material. He will, however, provide numerous examples to ensure we all understood the subject matter. There are no quizzes, just 3 tests. I've only taken one so far, but it was something like 50 T/F and 35 multiple choice. Most of the questions dealt with application of the material and required a decent understanding of it all. As long as you study for the tests and attend class regularly then you should do fine. He is a nice guy with a long history of law experience, take him if you can.
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Subject: Top notch guy  (Jan 02 2004, 10:51AM)
Student: Anonymous (Business Gen)
Class:Amer. Legal Env. (B)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 Jerry is an alright guy. His classes are boring and you have to study for his tests. What puts him above the other Busniess law profs is that he curves a lot. He knows the stuff he teaches is dry and boring so he helps you out. If you study the night before the test you'll get at least a C on the tests. Dont take Bright. Never Curves
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Subject: Take him if you can!  (Nov 04 2003, 11:05PM)
Student: Anonymous (Business)
Class:Business Law (A)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 His lectures were amazing, tests were easy, and I couldn't wait to go to class every M/W/F. The class is so exciting that I'd go out all night on Thursday, and I still couldn't sleep through his 8 o'clock class. I often found myself visiting his office frequently for his stimulating conversation about the electrifying class material. TAKE HIM IF YOU CAN!!
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Subject: STAY AWAY  (Oct 29 2009, 01:18PM)
Student: Anonymous (Marketing)
Class:American Legal Environment (--)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 This dude is soooooooooooooooooooo boring. It's hard to stay awake during his class. He provides NO NOTES, POWERPOINTS, OR ANYTHING. His tests are about 100 questions. He does curve all 3 tests because everybody fails them all. Most of my class ended up with C's or D's with the curves. DO NOT TAKE HIM
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Subject: What is he talking about?  (May 19 2006, 08:19AM)
Student: Anonymous (CRJ)
Class:Buisness Law (C)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 This man is sooo boring. He does nothing but stands in front of the room and talks. There are no notes not powerpoints. You have to decide what is important. There are two exams and a final. Thats it. I learned nothing from this proffessor. What a waste of my time and my money.
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Subject: Got Weigle?  (Jan 22 2003, 08:50PM)
Student: Anonymous (Bus. Mgt.)
Class:N/A (D)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 Drop him if you do. This guy does nothing but read you the book for half a semester and then you take a midterm on half the book. he will read you the rest of the book and then you take a final. This guy was an ass and was boring as hell. Who gives only two tests. seriously. one on half of the book and the other on the rest. i hope nobody takes him unless you like sleeping in class (due to boredom)and failing.
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Neutral Comments (3)

Subject: Nice Guy / Impossible Class  (Oct 19 2004, 09:58AM)
Student: Anonymous (Management)
Class:American Legal Environment (--)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 Dr. Weigle is a very nice guy....however his classes are very hard. The tests are impossible, and there is only 3 total tests (2 tests + the final) so you either do well on all of them, or one test could ruin your life! He should consider doing other things as well to help show how much we are learning, not base it all on one worthless test. Take him if you want, but study at least 10 hours a week for the class.
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Subject: Auto Sales Law...  (Nov 04 2003, 10:54AM)
Student: Anonymous (Accounting)
Class:Business Law (B-)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 His classes are long lectures that don't really cover what is on the test. He can't go one class without talking about one of his cars (cool at first but it got old real quick). His real world examples always include one of his cars. He's a really funny and nice guy, though. You can't really get through a class without at least cracking a smile from his corny jokes. The 3 tests (which are your only grades) are difficult multiple choice questions that require a good deal of studying. I did actually learn quite about from him. Too bad the stuff I learned wasn't on the test. I'd still recommmend him but be prepared to study and fall asleep in class. Oh, and you better like cars.
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Subject: "One time my son..."  (Aug 01 2002, 08:37PM)
Student: Anonymous (MIS)
Class:Business Law (B-)
 12 of 37 students found this review helpful.

 He's sort of full of hot air, but then again he's a lawyer and aren't they all? His class is difficult so you'll need to study your ass off. That's about all there is to it. He's not particularly effective but very fair and if you put forth the effort, you'll do well.
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