Read reviews about your college professors today on ratemyprofessors.com. Search for your professor by name, or search through all of the professors in your entire school by using the “Find A School” button. You can even write a review yourself by using the “Rate A Professor” button. By using this button you will be able to give a short but detailed review about your current or past professor for any given class.
Ratemyprofessors.com is a place where students have come together to create a well-informed community in regards to college professors. It is the largest online destination for professor rating. Users of RMP have added more than 15 million ratings, 1.5 million professors, and over 5,000 school to the site. Millions of college students use My Professor Rate every single month.
Use the menu bar on the left hand side of the screen to navigate your way around Rate My Professors. You can use the “Professors” tab to enter the search for a specific professor. You will need to provide the name of your school and the professor’s name in order to continue this search.
You can use the “Schools” tab to search through all of the reviews of the professors of the school you are attending or even reviews of the school itself! You will need to provide either the name of your school or the location of it in order to complete this search. If you are looking for a professor by school/department, you can use the link located directly above the “Search” button in order to do so.
Use the “Log In” tab if you are a member and would like to access your account. Remember, you will remain completely anonymous if you submit a review. Creating a login will simply allow you to save your personal school as well as your recent searches. This will help you to find your professors even faster.
Students can rate professors according to their:
- Overall quality
- If they would take them again
- Level of difficulty
If you click on a review of an educator you can also view the different tags that professor has. These can include different tags such as:
- Beware of pop quizzes
- Lecture heavy
- Clear grading criteria
- Lots of homework
- Participation matters
- Test heavy
- Get ready to read
- Tough grader
- And more
At a quick glance you are able to get an idea of whether or not you are going to want to take a professor.