Pretty easy, overall.
Not only is this course interesting but it is an easy class to get you into the groove of college. I took this class during my first semester and I got an A. Her tests are easy, true or false, and for the final she gave us each a question and we had to write a paper on the question. Since it was take home, even if you didn't pay attention all year you could still get a good grade. We read books such as The Illiad and The Odyssey, but she reads them to us in class so you dont have to read at home if you dont want to. Lastly at the end of each class she asks a questions, sometimes about class sometimes not, and you just have to write a couple sentences as an attendance grade however, as a tip write thoughtful answers and actually out effort because she will notice and boost you points if you need it to get a better grade.
The highlights for me were that it talked about Greek Mythology which is an interest of mine. I learned a lot more about the topic and got a better understanding how mythology was viewed during the ancient times.
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Advice for students:
Take notes when you can, it will definitely help on the true/false exam which is straightforward and has no trick questions. The books you can find super cheap. You may not even have to buy them depending on the books she chooses because you can spark note the content.