Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Anatomy and Physiology is typically a prerequisite for most health related majors. Overman was an excellent teacher...attempting to teach using many different methods and ensuring that her students interacted with her during lecture, rather than just going on and on about the material that was necessary to know. Questions and discussion were ALWAYS welcome!
Typically people listen in class enough to retain enough information to pass an exam, however, Overman made her class interesting, which enabled her students to retain more about the subject. Although it doesn't often cross our minds, the human body is a very fascinating topic...to learn about the brain, heart, organs, etc and how they make everyday possible was interesting to learn.
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Advice for students:
This class is not hard if you try...actually study--don't just learn the bare minimum. Making connections help, so find a partner in class and discuss the material together and find ways to make it easier to remember (it may sound silly, but its a lot better than having to read notes and the book over and over and over hoping it'll just stick).