Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The professor was great! She was passionate about teaching and engraving into her students all about biology, and it made me consider double majoring in a sub category of Biology! I loved the way she taught - she's awesome.
I learned the applications of Biology instead of getting the regular boring lectures on Bio. I learned about how cool fungi could be and how much they benefit our life now and the life of other organisms on the planet. I learned about the different body structures of animals and how evolution occurred - to where I see how we as human beings became to be. I got to understand why plants are a lot more cooler than boring than I originally though (and Plant Biology is what I'm considering as my second major!) And I got to learn about the significance of understanding all of this by getting to apply this through one tiny project that was really fun!
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Advice for students:
Always read the book beforehand. Go into class with an open mind and an open heart to what you can learn. Remember that you survived Biology I to have fun in Biology II. Remember to keep up with the tiny assignments - they aren't hard but they can be time consuming depending on how much effort you put in. The more effort you put into the assignments, the easier it is to study for the tests in the future.