Pretty easy, overall.
One of the most important parts of the class is the teacher you have, I was fortunate to have a teacher who was very passionate about her teachings and very understanding and caring to her students, she was very thorough and easily explained everything in detail, she is very happy with questions of all kinds and appreciates curiosity. This class was the best I've had out of them all and this is only the details of my teacher. Throughout the semesters I've learned to understand life, how it all works and how it all connects in a beautifully arranged number of systems. I highly recommend this class if you're passionate in Biology or are just a curious student. I can guarantee this class will be worth any effort.
The highlights of the course would be the numerous videos we would all watch on the topic we were currently studying at the time. It would always clarify everything if we were having trouble and would give time for us all to have a free discussion about the topic, the discussion and the videos would give new insight and details ahead of what some other students were learning. Throughout the course we learned about the systems in life and how it is all connected, no matter how big or small. We learned that everything is important in this world, every creature, organism, life has a role looped with other roles. I think understanding this all is the most beautiful thing to do. Like ecology, or how everything we see today came to be from one single cell 3.5 (or 3.6) million years ago.
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In order to succeed in this course you would need to have an opened mind and a strong imagination to be able to see it all work on your head. It's not as difficult as it sounds, we all have our strong suits so if you don't have that strong imagination you can always look up videos. In order to pass this course all you need to do is play a game of connecting the dots.