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    Oct 02, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    I would recommend this class because it enables you to advance your knowledge in science and forces you to think about what you are learning, making you a smarter person. This is a class that requires maximum energy and effort, and allows for endless opportunity to learn. Successful people continue learning all their lives, so if you are willing to do what it takes to be successful, you will come to love this class.

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    I loved learning about the unit of the mole, and how you convert moles into various things. I learned that the human mind can determine anything with effort. This class starts off very challenging, but over the course of the year you will begin to find yourself lost in knowledge. This is a science class is math-heavy, so I was also able to further my knowledge in mathematics. I always looked forward to labs, because they made engineering-like situations.

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    6-8 hours

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    Do not take this course lightly. If you are not careful, you will find yourself left behind, confused when new information comes your way. Make sure you take your studies seriously, but most of all learn how to love this class. If you love what you are learning, you will be more apt to stay caught up in the class, and you will find yourself accelerating in other aspects of life. Make sure to participate in this class, and get the full affect of lectures. As you do all these things, you will certainly succeed in this course.

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