Pretty easy, overall.
Greenfield's Psych 133G class was super easy. Everywhere I read said that you had to read the book to be able to pass the class, but I was able to manage to get an A in the class by just her lecture slides. However, I did have to pay attention to the lectures in order to understand her slides. But this class was super easy, and honestly, most of it was common sense, with a little bit of extra knowledge. I admit that the class was dry and boring, however, if you're looking for an easy A, this would be the perfect class. In discussion, you had to do a group presentation, but the presentation was merely about your family and relating it back to culture and human development (hence the course title). This presentation was very easy points towards your grades. You also had to send in discussion questions for 2 discussions out of the 8 discussions there were, but you got to choose those 2 weeks in which you wanted to submit.
The highlights were watching movies in class, which were movies that were truly interesting.
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Advice for students:
Pay attention in class, and there won't be much outside studying necessary