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    Nov 16, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    Take this course only if you want to learn about everything in life. If you are looking for a strict format, then do not take this course. This course is beyond a,b,c's. It about general life itself. When you get a assignment to do and it must be turned in on a certain day, just do it and I will guarantee you will receive an A in that class. Just do your work and you will be fine plus you learn more then just English.

    Course highlights:

    As I said earlier in the previous question, you start learning about life from day one. No certain textbook to follow, only some suggested learning and reading about great poets like Tao Te Ching, and another suggested reading which was authored by the Professor himself. That just shows you that this course is very interesting and you will not fall asleep.,

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    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    In order to be succesful in this course, you need to listen to the Professor about everything he says. As I mentioned earlier, he does not follow any textbook. You also need to keep your own table of contents on every assignment he issues. You can turn in the assignment any time you feel that you are ready or you can wait until the end of the semester to turn everything in with a table of contents in what you have done in the course for the entire semester. You will receive an A if you follow my suggestions, trust me. Also, you need to participate in the conversations that he has in class and never, never play with your cell phone. That is one of his pet-peevs.

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