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    Oct 25, 2016
    | Probably wouldn’t recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    You cannot avoid this course if you're a biology student. My best advice is to always stay on top of reading, your homework, and paying attention in the labs. All three of those things seeps into your examinations and quizzes. Where your professor lacks in being able to educate you these three will help build confidence in understanding how our immune system works. Make up a silly song to help distinguish between the various key plays since they all sound the same. Write your notes vs typing them because this will help you commit to memory.

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    I learned more about how my body reacts to pathogens, who is responsible for fighting off viruses, and a better break-down of HIV and how it breaks down your immune system.

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    3-5 hours

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    The best advice that I can offer you is that if you're able to, please start reading the chapter before they begin that way you're hearing the same information again, you're prepared with questions, and gave even spot contradictions in what you've read and what you've taught. This may bring insight to the professor that the textbook is incorrect or that their lessons are confusing.

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