Tufts University: Harry Bernheim - Biology - Professor ratings, reviews and much more | JumboAccess
The professor was definitely enthusiastic about this course since he worked with one of the molecules during his doctorate which was Il-1. Uh, Il-1 is one of the nearly thousands of molecules to memorize on this class. BUT he tells what to memorize so you don't have play guesswork. This is a great course. I loved it. Immunology is cool since you get to see all of the special forces against the viruses and bacteria. Like did you know that if you had a worm inside of you there's a special antibody for it?
Tests are not cumulative but they are (confused?). While the subsequent tests don't test directly on prior material, the actual material on the exams build on prior material. Also, since the class is taken by lots of nerds who have taken organic chemistry, the average is high enough to prohibit a curve. So if you slack off once, you're DOOMED. The tests go from easy, very hard, to Extremely hard. But the averages stay consistent even though he tried his hardest to make a difficult test. Tests are 33% each and are essay based questions. But I encourage you to take the class since the textbook is great reading! and enough for test preparation.
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