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NUR 3200 Pathophysiology

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    Oct 05, 2017
    | Would recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    The reason I would recommend this class is because she explains everything and tries to make sure that you understand what it is that you are learning. The quizzes are based on what is taught the two previous lectures and not scattered subjects. The professor does not overload her students, she talks about exactly what she wants you to know and study and everything is exact when it comes to test and quizzes. She also explains assignments and how they are to be completed. she is very helpful but reading the text and going over lecture slides, helps even more.

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    Learning different diseases and how they are caused and why the body responds to them in a way that is such is very interesting. I would always like to know what it is that I or anyone that i care about is going through in terms of health, disease and wellness. The body is our temple and in order to maintain homeostasis learning what, and most importantly how things may affect us.

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    6-8 hours

    Advice for students:

    Read and study ! The information is already given to you, use note cards for different conditions and write down the everything you need to know about the condition on the note card and study !

    • Fall 2017
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