Jun 022014
 

Question by Deni: Rank these college science classes from the easiest?
Rank from 1-10 easiest to hardest or rank them in which order I should take them in college or both. Thanks!

Biochemistry
Biological Sciences
Chemistry
Food Science
Health Science
Microbiology
Process Biology
Physics
Psychobiology
Science Education
Zoology

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Answer by h2so4@MOZHIARASU
the easiest is upto you!!! according to me
1. Biological sciences
2. Microbiology
3. Process biology
4. Biochemisty
5. Chemistry
6. Process biology
7. zoology
8. Halth scince
9.physics
10. Food science

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May 122014
 

Question by hint hint: Canadian highschools? science related classes?
In my freshmen year of highschool every grade 10 had to pass science 10 in order to be able to branch into chem 20, bio 20, or physics 20. Im wondering if i should take all three or just pick two? what is better? is the workload hard?

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Answer by Hummer T
I’m going to be a junior (grade 11) in about three weeks, starting September 6. I took all three science courses, physics, biology, and chemistry. I also took other challenging courses on top of that as I would like to go into medicine in university. What I would advise is, if you enjoy the physics unit in grade 10, take the course. Otherwise do not as I hear it is quite a stressful course and you do not want it to bring down your average since Junior year is very very important in terms of university admissions. The same goes with biology and chemistry although I’ve heard biology is really quite simple, all you have to do is study. Good luck! :)

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Mar 082014
 

Question by John: Which science classes to take…?
I’m heading into my first year of college, but I’ve run into a dilemma. My school is offering me, as a (currently Undeclared) Science major, the option of delaying one of the Core Requirements and replacing it with an additional science course.

Should I take the Core Requirement class? Or should I take an extra science class?

I want to take an extra science class, but the school is presenting a few options. I definitely want to take General Biology, but there are other options, as well.

General Biology

General Chemistry

Inorganic Chemistry

Astrology and Galaxies

Environmental Science

Physics (Mechanics)

Like I mentioned, I’m pretty interested in Biology, but, if I were to take another course, I don’t know which one to take. Any suggestions on which one might be the most interesting/useful/informative/etc.?

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Answer by Heather T
Environmental science it’s an excellent incorporation of biology and chemistry and it may provide you with useful everyday knowledge (not that the others won’t) . I loved the class when I took it but It always depends on your teacher

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Nov 242013
 

Question by Ben: Out of these four college classes which two are the easiest?
I have to take two lab sciences for my degree. The four sciences are

-Chemistry
-Physics
-Geology
-Biology

I’m probably going to take physics because it’s my favorite. Maybe I could take physics 1 and physics 2 instead of another science. Which two are probably the easiest though out of the four.

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Answer by nycole
Are these intro classes? I’ve taken all of these classes and I found geology to be the easiest (but I do love geology so..). I found physics to be the hardest because I took Mechanics in college without ever having taken a physics class before. It was brutal. I’d put chemistry somewhere in the middle. Not too hard, but definitely not a piece of cake. I found it really interesting though (probably my favorite after geology). Biology is just a lot of memorization ( I found bio to be a little boring.. not my thing…). It really depends on you. You say you like physics so maybe you should take physics. Easiness if really subjective. You may find physics easy, I find it hard.. Just depends on the person really.

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Apr 262013
 

Question by Keke: What are the best classes to take as a Psychology major?
I am already a semester ahead in college and I am a 2nd year college student. I wanted to know what classes I should take to be very competitive when I apply to grad school like Stanford/ Berkeley competitive. Im thinking of taking different languages [Spanish, French, Italian] and Philosophy during the summer. So other than the usual abnormal, cognitive, social, and neuroscience classes that are already required what classes or even experience should I take before I graduate?

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Answer by black balloon.
First off make sure you take clases in every field: In addition to the ones you mentioned try for some educational psych, counseling psych, personality psych, developmental psych, as many as you can. Also, it is very important that you take at least a semester each of biology, statistics and research methods/experimental psych.

But what’s going to be even more important for you is research/work experience. If you are going to grad school for clinical make SURE you get involved in some kind of research lab, preferably through a professor so they can write you a letter of recc. If you are going for counseling research will still be extremely important but you should see if there are any jobs or internships available in the field too. But for grad school, research will be what sets you apart from the other applicants. Good luck!

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Mar 192013
 

Question by joshmosh: Can i be a doctor without having taken medical classes in highschool?
I am a junior in high school this year and i realized i want to be a doctor.
my classes are all ap and honors. im taking alot of science classes including physics,marinescience,chemistry,and ap enviormental. but i have never taken med classes. is it still possible for me realisticly to become an internal medicine specialist or a surgeon?

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Answer by Arbitrary Person
Most high schools don’t offer medically related classes (maybe anatomy). You’re on the right track, taking science classes. You have to earn a Bachelor’s degree before you go to medical school anyway.

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Dec 262012
 

Question by Brandon: What high school classes to take for engineering?
I am planning to be a engineer (electrical) or (biomedical)! and i am unsure of what classes to take!

Possible classes are
-math
calculus ab
calculus bc
statistics

-science
Chemistry
Biology
Physics
Anatomy

Please help! (please make separate lists for both.)
Thanks =)
dont be afraid to suggest other classes i did not list

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Answer by Ariel
Well, for biomedical i think all of the sciences you listed are important. As for math, calculus ab and bc are very similar, but bc is a little tougher and covers a bit more than ab. it’d be better to take calculus than statistics though. As for electrical engineering, biology and anatomy aren’t that important, but physics is a must for that.

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Jan 182012
 

Question by OuiOuiChica17: What classes teach about self-awareness and the brain?
I am interested in learning about the brain and more specifically memory and self awareness. What classes/programs teach this? I’ve looked around a bit and all I see is biology 101 etc. Thank you.

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Answer by semper_paratus_1776
various psychology, philosophy, sociology, and neuroscience courses

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Nov 132011
 

Question by Was W: Can you finish all your premed classes while doing a masters in a science like neuroscience?
Or would I have to do both separately?This is a hell of a thing to ask on the internet of all places,but if anybody out there has experience in this you would be very helpful.Thank you.

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Answer by ckm1956
Can you? I guess. But, don’t count on much free time. On the up side, some of your previous classes may count.

Good luck.

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Nov 122011
 

Question by Was W: Can you finish all your premed classes while doing a masters in a science like neuroscience?
Or would I have to do both separately?This is a hell of a thing to ask on the internet of all places,but if anybody out there has experience in this you would be very helpful.Thank you.

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Answer by Cochise
We had a student with the exact same problem. It turned out that most, but not all, of his med-school prerequisites were met by his undergrad and Masters programs.

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