Pretty easy, overall.
Humans in the natural world was a great course that I took in the first year. It was a great experience with working in groups, listening and learning from others ideas. Overall, it taught you how to think outside the box while learning real-life facts on the environment. Overall a not stressful enjoyable course. Definitely, should take it if you need a science credit. If you have an interest the situation and the niches of animals, then the lectures will become attractive and even worthwhile. The information in the midterm and exam are based off addresses rather than the textbook.
Highlights were the group midterm, as well as the live discussions in class. Other highlights include the games played in class to try and understand fundamental concepts in a fun, educational way. This course is one that makes you want to go to level; the lectures are worthwhile and not too long.
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The advice that I would give to students that are taking this course is to go to class; the lectures are what makes this course what it is; without going you won't do very well on the testing, I promise you that.