Students often avoid their professor’s office hours because they are unable to think of questions to ask. Don’t make this mistake, especially if your professor provided feedback on a midterm exam. Regardless of the grade you received, you should always meet with your professor to discuss your exam performance. If you are nervous about meeting with your professor, here are five categories of questions to get the conversation started. [Read more…] about Five Categories of Questions to Ask Your Professor After Your Exam
About Christina Chong
Professor Christina Chong has been teaching students at all education levels for over 10 years. She entered legal academia in 2013 with a specialization in curriculum development and academic skills. Prior to joining the team, she taught various academic skills and bar preparation courses at Monterey College of Law, UC Irvine Law, the University of San Francisco, and Berkeley Law. In addition to teaching, Professor Chong provided individual academic advising to students during the bar prep season and throughout law school to help them improve their exam-taking and study skills.
Professor Chong also has a total of seven years of experience working as a substantive law expert for Themis and Quimbee, as a private bar tutor, and as tutor for Kaplan. She is a member of the Association of Academic Support Educators and served as a board member of the Conference of Asian Pacific American Law Faculty (CAPALF).
Prior to entering academia, Professor Chong was the Director of Public Programming for UC Berkeley’s Center for Latino Policy Research, externed for Justice Goodwin Liu at the California Supreme Court, and worked for Merlin Entertainments, an international hospitality company, as an Operations and Events manager. She was the Managing Editor of Berkeley Law’s Journal of Entertainment and Sports Law and currently researches institutionalized discrimination in various industries, such as academic skills, entertainment, and the criminal justice system.
Professor Chong received her B.A. and J.D. from UC Berkeley and her M.A. from the Academy of Art University. Her passions outside of the law include animation and animal rights.