Pretty easy, overall.
The professor is so nice and makes class really interesting. Its not hard to get an A as long as you study for all 4 tests. Plus, the content is actually super useful if you are planning on ever having children or working with children because now you'll know about their development. Also, there is a highly likely chance you might see cute baby pictures, which is always a plus side.
The highlights of this course were definitely the different stages of a baby developing from zygote to neonate. You get to learn all these fantastic facts like how a baby's vision is not totally developed at birth and how they are actually born without kneecaps (cool! No wonder they can pull their legs up behind their heads --so precious).
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Advice for students:
If you want to do well, do not skip class. You're just making more work for yourself. Stay in class, learn it once properly from the professor and then all you'll have to do is review before the exam. It's only like an hour and a half of your day, not worth skipping. Plus the class is fun anyway.