This class was tough.
This class is very interesting because of the integration of several different systems in our body, for example nervous, circulatory, and lymphatic. We relate these systems and go over the information rather quicker than other courses.
I learned about many clinical diseases that a physician may encounter on a casual day of work. This information is traditionally learned in graduate school, but the focus of the program to create well-prepared doctors for our next generation will open up many doors for my admission into Medical School. The concepts are also built around the structure of the medical admissions exam, or MCAT, and I am able to practice.
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Advice for students:
Optimism and love of medicine are two qualities that I would consider "pre-requisites" for taking this class. Procrastination should be avoided to prevent failure.