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Background Knowledge Expected
Lots of Writing
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would definitely recommend this course to anyone pursuing healthcare or medicine. Dr. George is an amazing professor, she is very organized and teaches by doing more then just lecturing such as creative labs, group projects, and discussions.
Highlights of this course is definitely the interactive labs where you get to look at organs and also perform experiments that tie the information learned in lecture to real life situations. Some situations being ones you will use in healthcare such as blood typing or using a microscope. I really like that in APII is more about learning the process in how the body works and that really helps get an insight of it.
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Advice for students:
Be prepared to study a lot outside of class, also be very resourceful when you do study. I use youtube, diagrams, and make plenty of flash cards. I suggest you do the same or find what works for you to get that information embedded into your brain and know how to apply it to real situations. You should be studying everyday a minimum of 2 hours or more. Be prepared to do busy work. Lastly make sure you have taken A&P I before taking this course, it definitely prepares you for A&P II and do not take them at the same time unless you can deal with work overload.