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ANSC 1011: Introduction to Animal Science
Louisiana State University

Average Class Rating

Rated 2.5/5

Average Class Difficulty

3.0/5

Rated moderate

Average Grade

A

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ANSC 1011 Introduction to Animal Science is an Animal Science course at LSU taught by the following professor: T. Bidner.
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  • Class rating 2/5
    Go to class only to receive clicker points. All his lectures are on moodle. Be prepared to study A LOT. His lectures are boring and he reads straight from his slides without explaining the material. Flies through them but expects you to know everything for the test. Test are hard. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    Definitely my favorite class of the semester. Although sometimes his questions are ridiculously specific, if you go to class it's not hard to get an A. Not a lot of studying is required if you just pay attention and study for the quizzes. DON'T get the textbook, you don't use it. Sometimes guest lecturers are unclear but he'll always help you! ...Continue reading

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  • Class rating 2/5
    Go to class only to receive clicker points. All his lectures are on moodle. Be prepared to study A LOT. His lectures are boring and he reads straight from his slides without explaining the material. Flies through them but expects you to know everything for the test. Test are hard. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 3/5
    Definitely my favorite class of the semester. Although sometimes his questions are ridiculously specific, if you go to class it's not hard to get an A. Not a lot of studying is required if you just pay attention and study for the quizzes. DON'T get the textbook, you don't use it. Sometimes guest lecturers are unclear but he'll always help you! ...Continue reading