Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course because it's essential in furthering your education. This is a course in which students learn and understand the basic structure of organisms and their cells. In addition to it being an interesting course, it also a required course for numerous majors, so having previous knowledge makes taking it later on an easier task.
The highlights of the course were going out into nature and looking at plants in the plots we had on our school grounds. This was a highlight because not only were we able to go out into nature, we used our knowledge outside of the classroom and applied it to a real situation, which I think is highly important with education. Another highlight was learning about GMOs and the nutritional value of our food. This stood out because I took the information learned from the class and taught people about the importance of our nutrition, and how necessary it is to truly research the foods we consume.
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It's important to pay attention to everything the instructor is saying, and not to get distracted by any outside noises. In the end that one sentence a teacher says in class can be a question on the next exam, and the people who weren't paying attention won't get the right answer.