Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This was a very engaging psychology course. The workload of this course was neither too much nor too little.
We had assignments that were due before tests such as "In The News" and coming up with our own 10 Multiple Choice Questions based on the content for the upcoming test. The "In The News" focused primarily on our daily news tying back into the concepts we learned in class for the corresponding units. We had to do both assignments 4 times each. Once before every exam. Ms. Maupin was amazing in teaching and allowing students to engage in the course with their own experience. We really had a discussion and learned what we could do better. At the end of the course, there was an optional cumulative to replace a lower exam score. Our final assignment was a 2-page double-spaced reflection paper that tied back into our course and how we would apply to future scenarios.
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Advice for students:
Do all the assignments. Even though they may be a total of 5 points. Those 5 points may make a different in getting a 90(A-) verse a 95 (A+). Don't miss classes if you don't need to. It's an engaging class you don't want to miss plus all the days you didn't attend class affects your participation grade.