Not too easy. Not too difficult.
If you want to go into the medical field or something related, I would highly recommend this class since you learn so many things about the human body and diseases. You learn about the function and structures of your skin, bones, muscles and much more.
The most important unit in this course to me was when we learned about the skeletal system. We learned about different types of bones based on their structure and function. We also learned about joints and how cartilage is a key point in judging maturity in your bones. We got to dissect a bone and see the difference between compact bone, spongy bone. We got to see bone cartilage and bone marrow too!
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Advice for students:
If you are going to take one piece of advice from everything I say, the most important would be to DO THE STUDY GUIDES and make sure you get the answers from the book, not online trust me. I can't stress enough how important the study guides are for the unit tests, they help so much, even if you didn't pay attention much in class, the study guide is a life saver. The second most important would be to complete all your labs correctly and make it look like you put effort into it. My final piece of advice would be to not wait until the notebook check is near to start organizing your notebook. Keep track of your notebook daily so you don't freak out when notebook check day comes.