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University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez Reviews
Review University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez
Overall it’s an excellent college with challenging courses and great professors. My favorite courses from the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus were Organic Chemistry 1 & 2. They thought me about the different organic reactions that undergoes on our bodies and other organisms. It also thought me how to make aspirins, how to make soap, how to identify unknown compounds depending on their melting point, etc. It also has great professors, like Professor Janice Cools. She believed in the potential that sleeps within every student. She made time for extra office hours so she could review our essays and other work to give us feedback in what we were doing right or wrong. Its an excellent college to attend to.
The University of Puerto Rico - Mayagüez Campus is the best option in the island. There are many degrees available. There are many opportunities to do research, internships, community service, and other complimentary activities. The university is known to be one of the best in Engineering, but counts with many other great programs. The best part is that it's great education at a low cost. I hope to se you around campus!
There are a lot of different courses available and the professors can range from amazing to omgwhyamIhere! Class style depends on course and professor but they're generally okay. Some can be complicated, other very simple. Class sizes are almost always more or less 30 students except for very general courses which go from 60-100 students. Labs generally have around 18 students.