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be 10 was superrrr easy. and really boring. the class is structured so that each week, a different upper division bioengineering professor talks about what they do. you get points for asking questions and attendance. if you leave after signing in, dr wu will notice. discussion is only like 5 minutes long. the paper is kind of a pain, but its the only assignment you do all quarter. you dont have to know anything that is lectured about in class. everyone gets an A if you just go to class and follow the given format of the paper.
Professor Wu only actually lectured once all quarter so I can't say much about his teaching style. BE 10 was just an overview of the different BE professors and their research. Each week a new professor came in and gave an hour and a half lecture. Grading was 10% participation (you only have to ask 2 questions all quarter) 10% attendance and 80% a ten page research paper. The rough draft was only graded on content and most people scored above 80/100 on that. I haven't seen the grade for the final draft yet. The class structure and grading is new this year and will likely change again soon.