Be personal, not generic
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Be honest, but not vindictive
If something wasn't as you expected, it's fine to mention it. But try to make any criticism constructive and specific. Explain specifically what the issue was and why. Did others on the course share this feeling, or was it simply not right for you? This is much more helpful than ranting, both for people reading the review and for the course provider!
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