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Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I recommend this course because it covers an abundance of our body systems such as the nervous system, skeletal system, and integumentary system. I fell in love with this course from the start and I believe it is one of the most interesting courses to study in college especially for those who are going into the medical field.
Although this course is very specific with name and function, what interested me the most was what the small features in our body have the potential of doing. We learned what action potentials do/how they are formed, what proteins/neurotransmitters are using for certain function, how a muscle contracts, and how the brain tells a certain body part what to do. There is too much that we've learned to include, but I know that what I learned is something I'll know for the rest of my life.
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Advice for students:
I recommend that you study ahead of time and know what material is going to be covered in class. Being ahead in class allows for you to ask questions you had in the reading and also helps with repetition and understanding. I recommend you take good notes and pay attention to specific details/examples your professor provides. Take advantage of your professors office hours in case you have any questions or would like to go over the notes again.