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    Oct 29, 2015
    | Would recommend.

    Pretty easy, overall.

    Course Overview:

    Great class! I learned a lot though out the course of this class and the professor is very in touch with the topic and is excited to talk about and teach the topics. Would definitely recommend the course if you are looking for something that isn't too difficult and that is interesting and informational.

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    A lot of things that I thought I knew about the topics that were taught in this class were very invalid. For example, you would think that an older person's ability to remember certain facts and words would decline with age but in all actuality its one of the only things that holds up well with age. It is very informational on the way we age and the way that we treat older people in society.

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    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    When the study guides are posted for this course start on them immediately and when she says that 1/3 of the information from the test is from the book she means it! Buy the book and actually read it! Clicker questions count for participation its about 10% of your grade which doesn't seem like much until the end of the semester so go to class.

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