I often hear from students that Biology is a hard class. While it may be challenging, anyone is capable of learning biology. It is not a matter of smart or not. It is a matter of time spent and effort. It does take some work. Learning biology might b
Two technicians are discussing the duties of a shop foreman and a service manager. Technician A says that a shop foreman diagnoses vehicle problems. Technician B says that the service manager usually repairs vehicles. Which technician is
Can anybody help me with choosing an environmental degree?
Hi, I am a junior in high school, and I'm super indecisive about what specific degree I want to pursue in college. I believe I'm a decent student, I got a 29 on my ACT, but I expect a higher score as I am going to retake it a couple of more
Hi everyone. I really love science but it turns out science does not love me. I was the sort of student that was achieving good grades in my studies (undergraduate and post-graduate) but never sought attention from Professors through asking
Hi! I am starting my senior year in a week, and I still need to decide between AP Bio and Regular Physics! Most of my friends in the dorm are taking AP Bio, but I know that it will be a lot of work and my 3rd AP class for the year
Hey guys. I'm interested in hearing why you decided to go for a PhD and how you achieved it. Did you prepare your thesis abroad or in your country? What were the requirements? How did you decide on what subject you would cover?
Best Textbook for Gross Anatomy Clinical Style Questions
Hello. I wanted to know what is the best textbook and study aid for Gross Anatomy Clinical Style questions? I have sampled a few books and they do not teach Gross Anatomy in a way that teaches you how to answer clinical style type questions. Thanks
As some of you might already know, I am going through my master's degree right now in neuroscience. I'm still in my first semester and trying to get my things going. However, I am "known" to be too simple and kind hearted among my
I am new to this forum but it seems like a great resource for anyone that is a science major. I have an Advanced Anatomy and Physiology practical coming up, and I was wondering if you guys could refer me to any great
Seeking Advice on Organic Chemistry textbooks and Biochemistry
I am a rising sophomore with a double major in the microbiology and chemistry. I am planning to self-study the organic chemistry during this summer (with my research lab) in order to prepare for my organic chemistry course.&nb
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I will be taking general biochemistry at GMU this fall semester. I already finished my undergrad degree last year at a different university (UVA). I am taking biochem because I am applying to med school and it should look good if I
Hello! I'm trying to get a 4 year degree as fast as possible so i can move on to getting a masters. I've been taking the CLEP exams for college credit, already completed biology and plan on finishing them all. However they only offer