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MSU: Easy Classes/Reccomendations

Studmuffin2Studmuffin2 38 replies17 threads Junior Member
edited October 2012 in Michigan State University
Hello all,
this post is mainly directed toward people who have taken classes at MSU.
My question is this: What are some classes that are easy to achieve a high grade in? Like, classes where most of the kids get 4.0's or a 3.5.
Before anyone gets upset about this question, heres the reason: For fall semester next year, I NEED to earn a high GPA (3.4 or so would be fine) in the Fall semester to be accepted into my major. After this semester I will certainly sign up for the challenging classes that I delayed by one semester.
OK, so any help with easy classes at MSU?? I still need a US history class, is that class easy or hard? Also need an "upper level" writing class, how do people do in that? Any electives that Are easy to 4.0? What are some of the "easy A" type electives at MSU? FYI, I know MSU is an excellent school, but every school has some easy ones. Thanks in advance for any and all help!!
edited October 2012
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  • HumanoidHumanoid 161 replies2 threads Junior Member
    ANS 282 is insanely easy. If you don't 4.0 that class you need to learn to study, if you don't mange at least a 3.5 you're an idiot.

    ISS 325 and 235 were also stupidly easy.

    CJ 110 was easy as well.

    HDFS classes are a good choice, or so I've heard.
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  • romanigypsyeyesromanigypsyeyes 34216 replies770 threads Senior Member
    HM 101. Easiest class I've ever taken.
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  • Studmuffin2Studmuffin2 38 replies17 threads Junior Member
    These are INCREDIBLY helpful, you guys are awesome!! Keep'em comin!! :)
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  • Studmuffin2Studmuffin2 38 replies17 threads Junior Member
    ANS 282 is companion animal biology. You described this as "insanely easy". Just to clarify, isnt this a biology class? I wouldnt think that a bio class would be that easy, are you sure were both looking at the same thing? And what are HDFS classes?
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  • Studmuffin2Studmuffin2 38 replies17 threads Junior Member
    And could you guys please name the professor you took for these courses, I'd really appreciate that....thanks go green!
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  • romanigypsyeyesromanigypsyeyes 34216 replies770 threads Senior Member
    Currier I think. It's online and I got over 100% in the class with almost zero effort.
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  • hughesn2hughesn2 1 replies0 threads New Member
    If you are a Lyman Briggs student then go for LB 118 with Hanni. But for the HDFS comment, that is wrong. Class itself is easy, but the grading scale is so that a 93% is needed to get a 4.0 and an 89% to get a 3.5
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  • HumanoidHumanoid 161 replies2 threads Junior Member
    ANS 282 is an Animal Science class. The material is pets and their care and nutrition. Balder (I think is his name) gives a very good study guide. I'm a zoology major who has owned nearly all the pets we talked about in that class though so I'm a little biased.
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