Different types of classrooms
Virtual Tours by Students
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Today I'll be taking you through the different types of classrooms. At first were in my organic chemistry classroom as a general education requirements for chemistry and biology majors a swell as pre farm or pre med students. Uh, this class it was pretty large in size have about one hundred fifty students in this class. This class is, uh, my cell in molecular biology class, which is similar in size. So for these types of classes, you can expect to have a lot of students in them. The lecture rooms are extremely large, and the projectors are large enough to wear. You can still see everything that's going on and feel like you are still understanding material that professors are great about, but being very one on one, even though there are so many students in the classroom. He's one of the cell and molecular biology teachers at me, and he is a very personal with his students. You can always go to his office hours, and he's constantly asking questions in class, which is very helpful for bosses students. So as a pre med major, I have to take all of these classes. Um once I get into my upperclassmen, uh, courses such as, uh, three hundred or four hundred level courses that'll take in my junior or senior year class sizes will get smaller, too, about a one two twenty ratio. If you like more personal attention, a ce faras the workload for these classes, it's definitely no easy ride. These classes are intense, and they pretty quickly so you have to work really hard. I only have thirteen students in the class, so the amount of students in your class definitely varies from class to class.