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Biology and Labs @ UTSG

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Hi!
I heard that at some uni, the lab components of biology is a different course and will have a different exam than a bio course. aka, there is a biology course (with its exam) and a biolab course (with its own exam). Is this true @ UTSG too?
I hope I'm making some sense here.... thanks!
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I don't know about second year and beyond, but that is not true for the first year biology courses.
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bio labs are gay that is why i'm dropping from science into engineering
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First Year BIO Labs are easy!
especially BIO130 lab.

Chemistry labs are much more difficult than Bio

First Year, you'll have to take
BIO120 (Ecology, Evolution things I hated it)
BIO120 (Molecular Biology)
CHM139 (Physical Chemistry)
CHM138 (Intro Organic Chemistry I, this is a 2nd year course at other university)
MAT135 (Calculus for Life Sci)
and some electives ; PSY100(Psychology), PHY131/132(Physics) etc.

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Yeah, BIO120 and BIO130 labs were very easy. I loved BIO120.
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@yhan818 wrote
First Year BIO Labs are easy!
especially BIO130 lab.

Chemistry labs are much more difficult than Bio

First Year, you'll have to take
BIO120 (Ecology, Evolution things I hated it)
BIO120 (Molecular Biology)
CHM139 (Physical Chemistry)
CHM138 (Intro Organic Chemistry I, this is a 2nd year course at other university)
MAT135 (Calculus for Life Sci)
and some electives ; PSY100(Psychology), PHY131/132(Physics) etc.




Um, no. Sorry.
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