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I'mOnABoatI'mOnABoat Registered User Posts: 247 Junior Member
edited July 2011 in University of Minnesota
Can someone who's taken this class offer some input about the difficulty and workload? I took General Chemistry at a different, less rigorous university last semester and had a fair amount of trouble so I'm naurally fearful about this course, although I feel biology is easier than chemistry.

Any input appreciated.
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  • jotajota218jotajota218 Registered User Posts: 353 Member
    It depends a bit on the professor. I took this last Fall and didn't have too much trouble. I would recommend to be sure to pay attention to lectures. The book acts more of a support guide IMO. It will require more time than a typical 1001 class, but you should be fine. (Nice curve)
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