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Super chill professor, midterm and final are very straight-forward. Lots of memorization required involving anatomical locations, bones, and things of that matter. My TA was extremely helpful and discussion/labs are required but are only an hour every week. I did little to no reviewing prior to exams and did ok. If I did review, I honestly could've achieved an A.
Even though going into this class there's a lot of memorization and a slightly heavy workload, if you find the course content interesting enough then you should be just fine. Personally I went into this class not knowing how much I'd enjoy it, but I was pleasantly surprised by how engaging it was. If you're a kinesthetic learner then the in-person discussion sections are perfect for you as you get to handle real human bones and other related course materials. Rashidi and my TA were EXTREMELY helpful and held office hours often. The only thing I'd say to watch out for is the difficult nature of the exams considering they're graded pretty meticulously, as well as the amount of studying you have to put in to actually do well enough on them, but even considering that I would definitely take this course again :).