This class was tough.
Such an important course for anyone going into the medical field or research! I haven't taken this class in over a year and I still remember almost everything from it. Doc really makes you learn the material inside and out to prepare you for medical school or any other graduate program, not to mention his book is the same book we use in the medical school histology lab.
I gained a lot of knowledge that helped me in other biology classes at UL. It helps with physiology, and any other systems course you may take because Doc always gives you extra material. He wants you to be an expert, and if you do your work and study hard you will probably leave the class feeling like one.
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Advice for students:
Be prepared to study....a lot! His practicals are no joke. Take as many pictures as you can and get images from different sources, make a "mock practical" for yourself and make sure you can identify every single thing in that slide. As for his lectures and lecture exams, record what he says. He talks fast and most of the relevant material is something he said very quickly. Take as many notes as you can and then take more once you listen to his lectures again. It shouldn't be that hard to make an A if you put in the effort.