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    Sep 10, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    This course is extremely interesting for future pre med or biology majors. In this class we learned about every part of the body and dissected animals. If you don't have a stomach for it don't take it. If you do not study at least 20 min a day reviewing terms and body parts you will not do well. The easiest thing to do is make flashcards. It is simple and with review every night you will not only impress your teacher and classmates but even yourself for knowing all these difficult terms and definitions.

    Course highlights:

    The muscle and bone unit were the most interesting for me because I want to become an orthopedic surgeon. In this course I dissected a cat and a cow's knee which were the highlights of this course. The cat has very similar bone structures to the human body so it will be easier to apply this course to practical situations if you want to become a biology major or a doctor in the future.

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    6-8 hours

    Advice for students:

    Study 20-30 minutes a day reviewing notes and terms. It will make it so much easier to remember definitions by doing this. Also get a study partner in your class. It will make it fun if you have competitive competitions with studying and it will help tremendously on the quizzes and tests you get during this course.

    • Fall 2015
    • Carlo Mauccione
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