Not too easy. Not too difficult.
It was one of the most interesting classes I have ever taken. Dr. Brown always connected the class to real life, and was very passionate about the subject. The class made sense to me, and if there was something I was unsure about, I would not hesitate to ask Dr. Brown about it.
There was a lot about cells, especially the organelles inside them, and their specific jobs. There is a lot about mutations. I learned about mitosis and meiosis. There was a chapter on transcription and translation, as well.
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Advice for students:
You need to do the homework, read the book, and study hard for quizzes and tests. You should form study groups with people in your class, because it makes it easier to understand the material. You should also try to make acronyms or easy things to help you remember different cell processes.