Problems in Mandatory Course Evaluations Han, Kyung-Soo; Choi, Sook-Hee; Park, Jae-Cheol;
Some researchers insist that many students respond to the course evaluation surveys without sincerity and even without reading the questions. To analyze the pattern of student responses, the results of course evaluations for five semesters at Jeonbuk National University are reviewed. In mandatory course evaluations, 20% of the students marked the same option numbers to all questions regarding their lectures. In addition, consistent responses were over 50%. These results show that the university administration should reform the current course evaluation system in all respects.