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MIMG 100L was straight-forward, particularly taking it concurrently with 101. There was plenty of overlap, with more emphasis on lab experiments relating to microbiology. I enjoyed doing the unknown bacteria identification project with my group, and though I think the infographic, presentation, and written report were really helpful, they were too much work for a 3-unit course. My group was very efficient, though I had friends who really struggled with groupmates that hardly did work — they try to combat this by allowing you to rate your groupmates for grade, but that only accounts for very few points out of the overall grade. I enjoyed the moderate amount of extra credit given. Overall I enjoyed the course but think workload should either be reduced or units increased.
I had Ali Pour for MIMG 100L and 101, and honestly I loved how fair she was on her exams. Regarding the class, it was a lot of busy work, even online, as there are a lot of lab data sheets, unknown projects, and 2 exams. However the class is out of 700 points and she gives around 25 points of extra credit ... so that honestly saves a lot of stress. This class mainly focuses a lot of lab-based technique (obviously) but the exams were fairly straightforward. If you want a decent time wiht this class take it with Ali Pour. Definitely lots of work but getting an A is super doable because of the extra credit.