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ASC 490: Biochem Structure & Function
Portland State University

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Rated 3.0/5

Average Class Difficulty

3.5/5

Rated moderate

Average Grade

A

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ASC 490 Biochem Structure & Function is a Science course at PSU taught by the following professor: Steve Reichow.
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  • Class rating 1/5
    Cherie is the worst teacher in the accounting department. This class is very difficult and requires a lot of explanation. She does not like answering questions and becomes visibly angry when asked to explain things again. Avoid this class, or anything else she teaches at all costs. Her pass rate is 25%. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Amazing person who is obviously passionate about his job. Go to his class, it's well worth your time. He's a friendly person and really expects and appreciates attendance. He understands what's going on in society and respectfully questions the thoughts and morals of others. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!! ...Continue reading

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  • Class rating 1/5
    Cherie is the worst teacher in the accounting department. This class is very difficult and requires a lot of explanation. She does not like answering questions and becomes visibly angry when asked to explain things again. Avoid this class, or anything else she teaches at all costs. Her pass rate is 25%. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Amazing person who is obviously passionate about his job. Go to his class, it's well worth your time. He's a friendly person and really expects and appreciates attendance. He understands what's going on in society and respectfully questions the thoughts and morals of others. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!! ...Continue reading