Not too easy. Not too difficult.
David Riensche, who lovingly is called Doc Quack by the East Bay Regional Park District, is a professor who actually cares. He works full time at the EBRPD completing biological research on the endangered species of the area only to come to LPC to teach. He understands the plight of the working student, and will help anyone who is willing to put in the work. He doesn't ask for much. Show that you care about the course or your use of time in class and he will meet you there to go over study guides and test preparation.
I learned the basics of biology, as in if you paid any attention in high school biology, the information will feel slightly repetitive. First you learn the scientific method and the basics factors of life, then basic components of atoms and chemistry, then ecosystems and finally you go through the different organ systems of the body. To spice it up, Doc Quack adds in specific animal examples that feature what the topics is in class. The animals made the class enjoyable and entertaining. I cracked the book open once to cover material I missed while sick. If you attend class, you can do this.
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Advice for students:
Show up to class, ask questions, and pay attention.