Foundations in Physiological Science

Nasser A Farahbakhsh

Foundations in Physiological Science

Physiological Science department

Nasser A Farahbakhsh

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Easiness of class 1.8
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Clarity of professor 3.2
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Helpfulness of professor 3.7
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Fall 2009
25.6%
21.4%
17.1%
12.8%
8.5%
4.3%
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Fall 2006
22.4%
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Quarter Taken: N/A Submitted Nov. 2, 2010 Grade Received: N/A

It's an interesting subject, this was really the first module in the 111 series where you ACTUALLY learn how to treat diseases rather than only learn about problems that happen in physiological systems. It honestly felt like we were learning useful information for at least half the time. However the problem is, the lectures are incredibly rushed, he talks the entire time (excluding the 5 min breaks) so you should record lectures if you are not a fast typer. As far as the exam goes, it is multiple-multiple choice, and you can earn negative points for wrong answers, so don't guess. Free response was OK, a lot of the time he didnt ask extremely detailed questions, he likes you to know the overall concept and NOT to memorize like a robotic asian.

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