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    Oct 03, 2016
    | Would recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    This course is extremely informative. It is essentially the basis necessary for all bio majors - you gotta take it. The professor is difficult, so don't take this if you are not going to put in the work (and I mean hours of work). However, I absolutely love the material and the professor is an excellent instructor. The subject matter itself is difficult but she makes it interesting and tries to relate concepts to daily life.

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    Although I have not completed this course just yet, I have already learned so much. I have taken an intro to general bio before but we did not touch on things the way we have in this course already. I have learned lots of information regarding proteins and what role they play in our cells and our bodies overall. I have also learned about why DNA is so important for life. We also learn about differences and similarities in types of organisms (there are 3 different categories of living organisms on Earth).

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    9-11 hours

    Advice for students:

    In order to succeed in this course, you will want to be reviewing every day. DO NOT leave all your material for the last minute - the exam questions are worded in a way that you must *know* the material, not just have things memorized. Also, learn to connect concepts together. When I study for this course, I use lecture notes, the book and the workbook. I go over the review questions that the professor provides using all three sources.

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