Pretty easy, overall.
This professor is super involved in the class. You can tell she really enjoys what she is teaching and she is more than willing to help you if you need it. She offers to stay after lecture some days in order to help you better understand the material. She may be a little slow in the beginning but she does pick it up quite quickly during the last week of class. If you do the study guide and review her slides then you should be good
This course starts off explaining the basic unit of life (the cell) and how it functions and gives into becoming a organism. The course also offers information about the cellular respiration and division, important facts about animals, plants and an insight into fungi, bacteria and ecosystems.
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Advice for students:
Pay attention to her slides, she puts them online so you can look at them the day before, she will say things in lecture that are not on the slides so make sure you get those in your notes as she will use them later on the tests, also the easiest points you can get will be the study or "homework" book you get, it's a study guide to every chapter of the book and is a great review. Also, if you participate my raising "cards" to say what the answer is to some of the questions then she adds 5% onto your final exam!