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Always Do the Reading
Many Small Assignments
This class was tough.
This class was very fast paced, often covering multiple chapters in one lecture session. At times it can seem overwhelming, but usually these chapters are not as important on exams. Professor Kelty is great at explaining the cellular and molecular processes that embody the majority of the course material. The lab portion of the course is challenging as well but was very interesting. Highlights included: analyzing effects of different hormones on a live frog's heart rate, measuring the rate of nerve impulses for muscle contractions, and determining lung capacity of myself and lab partners.
This course was incredibly intriguing. It covered, in great detail, nearly every physiological process that takes place within the mammal body. The most fascinating part of the class was cellular and molecular interactions and how everything works in a perfectly coordinated fashion.
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Advice for students:
Take homework assignments very seriously, they do not count for many points but the repetition is incredibly important when the exams come. Same goes for the labs, the homework and pre-labs will prepare you for weekly quizzes and practicals better and any other study method.