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    • Profile picture
    Oct 03, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    I would recommend this course because it is beneficial and interesting. It is beneficial in that you learn about the human body and how it works. It is interesting in that you learn about the body systems and how you get a certain disease or sickness.

    Course highlights:

    The highlights were dissections and learning about the body systems. I learned about the body systems, how each one works, and the diseases related to each. I also learned how to make an incision on a carcus and properly point out which organ is which.

    Hours per week:

    6-8 hours

    Advice for students:

    Study, study, study. Review material that you learn in the class everyday at home. Make flashcards for terms and hughlight inportant things in your notes to go over for tests. Study days in advance for every test and quiz and don't just memorize because that won't benefit you in the end.

    • Fall 2014
    • Mr.Cox
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    Aug 26, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    Mr. Cox is the most amazing teacher you could possibly ever have! He makes silly jokes, he's an adorable person. Most importantly, he actually teaches! If you do the work and actually study, you will enjoy and know so much when you walk out of his class! It's truly enjoyable and I would recommend this class to everyone! 1. You will dissect -cats -sheep brains -sheep heart 2. You learn all about various systems in the body _It's a great class especially for future medical people_ You will learn so much from his class! He rarely gives homework. On the other hand, when he does, YOU HAVE TO DO IT! This is also not a free period. You have to do the work, and put in the effort. If you do, I guarantee you will have one of the best classes on campus!

    Course highlights:

    I learned EVERYTHING! (Not really). I really learned so much in his class! Even if I don't pursue a career in medicine, i will always appreciate what he has taught me. It's just basic health and terminology. It's things that you should and will know for your life. If you want to learn how to help someone from choking! If you want to know and never again forget all the bones in the body, and there descriptions and functions. If you want to learn about the digestive system. Your teeth. Aging, hair, skin, eyes, organs. Anything with the Anatomy! I would take this course! Don't miss out! You will never hear someone who says that they didn't enjoy or hate this course! I guarantee!

    Hours per week:

    0-2 hours

    Advice for students:

    1. Stay on top of your notes. (Personally, what I always did was that when I walked into class I took a picture of all the boards. Only because you sometimes don't get enough time to write everything. So encase he erases it you still have it on your phone!) 2. DON'T SLEEP IN HIS CLASS! Not for any particular reason, just I really don't want to get on his bad side. 3. ALWAYS at least TRY his EXTRA CREDIT!!! He always helps out the students who he see's puts in the most effort. 4. Don't slack off after winter vacation! (The exam I took when I got back from winter break was the worst I ever took in his class! I was lost! You need to jump right back in, because he will not wait for you!) 5. Take charge in dissecting, unless you really don't mind, or agree with your partner to take turns. (You'll regret it if you don't cut something open! *Call the cat stomach-sometimes there's undigested food in there!) 6. Pay 100% attention during class. You miss one thing and it will never be said again. You have to be paying attention to everything he says, because he explains it verbally. His notes only take you so far. 7. Bouncing off #6, don't be absent! If you miss one lesson, that a good 30 questions off the test you will not be able to answer. You can always make up the work, and as what you did the day before, but it's never the same! 8. Don't miss test days! It's multiple choice and some written on the day of the test. The make up test is ALL WRITTEN!!! (I took two of those. Let me just say, if you know the material your good either way, but you always feel safer with multiple choice.) 9. Enjoy it! Actually understand that your learning something that will benefit your life in the long run!

    • Fall 2016
    • Mr.Cox
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    Aug 02, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    This course is perfect for anyone planning to continue their education in a medical or veterinary field. It's highly informative and interesting, and the teacher, Mr. Cox, is very knowledgeable and willing to help anyone who shows effort and dedication. The class is very intensive and is definitely a lot of work, but it has made me improve as a student and as a person.

    Course highlights:

    I, personally, loved the circulatory system unit and the skeletal system unit. Those are both units that I am highly interested in and I learned plenty of new information presented in various different forms to help students understand. There was also plenty of lab work that made the class very fun.

    Hours per week:

    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    Always take notes, always ask questions/answer questions (no matter how strange you think your answer is), always participate, and try to find a study method quickly, as studying is essential to the class. Listen to the teacher, if not, you'll fail- whether the instructions are on what to do in the lab, or how to behave.

    • Fall 2015
    • Mr.Cox
    • Yes
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