Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Great professor, and very easy to talk to. My only real issue is that her lectures tend to consist of her reading off slides which, while in depth, is not the most engaging. She will help you if you have questions and her tests aren't bad if you just make sure to study the slides and do the homework.
We learned a lot of ways that the biochemical principals she was teaching us applied to real life. She would often give examples about what various reactions were used for and how a lot of the concepts we covered were relevant to a clinical setting.
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Advice for students:
Do the homework and know the important parts of the slides. Make sure you go to lecture because she is very clear about what information on her slides is important and what is there for "enrichment." She recommends the book but you don't need it as long as you know the slides.