BIO 223 or 224 @ CCSN

  1. Have you taken 223/224 at CCSN? who was your instructor? would you recommend them?
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  2. 5 Comments

  3. by   Race Mom
    I took Dwayne Aulner for both and he is awesome!
  4. by   TnKzMom
    I took Both Dwayne Aulner and Marty Hicks and I liked them both...I preferred Mr. Hicks though. I hear Ms. Larson is good too.
  5. by   DesertRain
    Quote from Woogy
    I took Dwayne Aulner for both and he is awesome!
    I have Aulner for 224 right now. I had him for 223 lab too. I have my first exam on friday--ahhh. What sort of material should I focus on? Should I pay extra attention to his outline handouts? Or what he discussed in class? I record all the lectures too so I am going over those hoping things stick in my head. The thing that scares me is that I feel like he explains everything so well that it actually comes naturally to me. Is he that great of a teacher or am I missing something?
  6. by   ohmeowzer RN
    i took mary jo wilson and she was wondeful .. i had her for lab and lecture .. some people didn't like her but i did.. she's very kind and very interesting.. i took her for 223 and 224
  7. by   DesertRain
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    I have Aulner for 224 right now. I had him for 223 lab too. I have my first exam on friday--ahhh. What sort of material should I focus on? Should I pay extra attention to his outline handouts? Or what he discussed in class? I record all the lectures too so I am going over those hoping things stick in my head. The thing that scares me is that I feel like he explains everything so well that it actually comes naturally to me. Is he that great of a teacher or am I missing something?
    Just an update: I ended up with an B+ (1% under an A-) with Aulner for 224. FYI, I was taking 17 credits last semester and honestly believe that even if I did the regular 12 full time credits I would have had enough time to contribute towards a solid A. What I find helps is if you record his lectures. There is nothing he asks on exams that he doesn't go over in class. I put his lectures on my iPod and listened to them over and over again and that worked wonders. He makes a lot of analogies so if you're someone who likes things explained that way, he is awesome. But, if you are someone who likes things explained exactly the way they are, you may have some trouble and someone like Hicks would be better off for you.
    Just thought I would share

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