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HLTH 2230: Introductory to Pathophysiology
Weber State University

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Rated 4.3/5

Average Class Difficulty

3.3/5

Rated moderate

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HLTH 2230 Introductory to Pathophysiology is a Health science course at Weber State University taught by the following professor: Chugg.
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  • Class rating 4/5
    Price tells you EXACTLY what you need to know, and he doesn't waste your time with information that's not on the tests. He gives great analogies to help students understand concepts. He's always willing to help you with whatever he can. (Our Patho class tested better than all of the other Patho tests) Take from Price! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Travis is an AWESOME professor. He is hilarious, he makes lecture fun, he is younger and relates really well to his students. You still have to study and come to class but travis definitely makes the class fun and helps you to retain the material! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Good Prof, door's always open, literally you can pop in and ask him a question anytime. He explains things in ways that you can relate to them. I wouldn't take this class from anybody else do to its difficulty. However, I have to say, if you have to take the attached lab, DO NOT take it from Nicholas Dean. He is very very boring and mean. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    I loved Hutchins class, though I'm a bit of a physiology nerd anyway. The class is hard but he does a good job at helping you to make connections. He takes time to answer your questions, and if he doesn't know, he's willing to look them up. I highly suggest Dr. Hutchins, his sort of dry sense of humor and analogies help the material stick. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Kathryn did an awesome job with a tough course. She gave helpful lectures and also lightened the mood with funny clips and food sometimes. She was more than willing to answer questions and go over the most commonly missed questions on the previous tests. This is a hard course but she did all she could to help. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    I took this class online during the summer. I thought Prof. Chugg was very helpful when I would email with any questions on material I didn't understand. He would respond with a detailed message to help clarify concepts. This class is tough, but very doable. Study and read ALL the material, take practice tests, ask questions. Best class I've had! ...Continue reading

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  • Class rating 4/5
    Price tells you EXACTLY what you need to know, and he doesn't waste your time with information that's not on the tests. He gives great analogies to help students understand concepts. He's always willing to help you with whatever he can. (Our Patho class tested better than all of the other Patho tests) Take from Price! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Travis is an AWESOME professor. He is hilarious, he makes lecture fun, he is younger and relates really well to his students. You still have to study and come to class but travis definitely makes the class fun and helps you to retain the material! ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Good Prof, door's always open, literally you can pop in and ask him a question anytime. He explains things in ways that you can relate to them. I wouldn't take this class from anybody else do to its difficulty. However, I have to say, if you have to take the attached lab, DO NOT take it from Nicholas Dean. He is very very boring and mean. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    I loved Hutchins class, though I'm a bit of a physiology nerd anyway. The class is hard but he does a good job at helping you to make connections. He takes time to answer your questions, and if he doesn't know, he's willing to look them up. I highly suggest Dr. Hutchins, his sort of dry sense of humor and analogies help the material stick. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 4/5
    Kathryn did an awesome job with a tough course. She gave helpful lectures and also lightened the mood with funny clips and food sometimes. She was more than willing to answer questions and go over the most commonly missed questions on the previous tests. This is a hard course but she did all she could to help. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    I took this class online during the summer. I thought Prof. Chugg was very helpful when I would email with any questions on material I didn't understand. He would respond with a detailed message to help clarify concepts. This class is tough, but very doable. Study and read ALL the material, take practice tests, ask questions. Best class I've had! ...Continue reading