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PHYS 126 Fluids, Fields, and Radiation

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    May 28, 2017
    | Would recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    decent prof for physics, certainly polite, easy labs if you use course hero (which actually also helps your lecture), doesn't allow for one sheet note for exams which is a shame, relatively easy tests

    Course highlights:

    she is clear and polite, have iclicker questions to keep the class active, posts part of the lecture so you don't have to write too much, doesn't allow the one page note sheets like other physics profs which is a shame (it doesn't matter that much since you don't have much time), somewhat easy test, really easy labs with course hero. we learned fluid mechanics, Electric Forces and Fields, Electric potential and electric potential energy, current and circuits, Magnetism and Magnetic Fields, and nuclear physics.

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    6-8 hours

    Advice for students:

    you actually need the course hero just for the labs which assists the lecture (even for one month it will make a huge difference). In addition, do the practices and don't fall behind or too behind.

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