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Professor Tang is a very funny dude. On the last day of class, he gave a presentation about his work in biomolecular engineering and talked about drugs like the "magic mushroom"
The class itself is pretty easy. All you have to do is write a one page response every other Friday on a pre-assigned prompt. I would always prep for ten minutes the night before and get 10/10. His final, however, is a little more difficult. He asks 20 questions based on all the lectures that were given in class, and anything is fair game. A lot of people pull out their phones or go on their laptops during class, so they had to cram for this final since they didn't pay attention. Otherwise, the class is very doable
ChemE 10 is a pretty straight forward class. Show up to class, and prepare a few things for the quiz and you will get an A.
Tang was not particularly motivating in the class as his attendance was poor. However, this is of minor importance as the purpose of ChemE 10 is to inspire interest rather than impart knowledge.
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