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    Oct 01, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    Although, many people avoid taking courses they may not need it never hurts to brush up on different material. This particular course help me go into depth with my understanding of history. Most of the time professors will just explain what's in the text. However, Professor Collins was very detailed and passionate about what she taught which intrigued me more and that alone is what made this class so amazing for me.

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    One of the main things is the group work we always get to do because you can also learn about other peoples perspectives on the topic or what is being discussed. Doing group work helps you learn from different angles and understand material that you may struggle. Also, it is also fin working with other people. What I got out of this course was confirmation on material that I was not able to fully grasp as well as learning new study methods from a teachers different teaching method.

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    6-8 hours

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    I would say take the class because you would get so much out of it. A major help was always reviewing my notes and rereading the material to where you knew it already and also, always ask questions. A good study tip was to make flash cards because they help extremely when you take the tests.

    • Spring 2014
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