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Tell Us How You Conquered Penn State’s Hardest Classes

At Penn State, there are some classes that are infamous for their level of difficulty or never-ending workload. For example, STAT 200, MATH 140, and CHEM 110 come to mind for STEM majors.

Now, as the semester gets underway, many students are wondering how they will ever conquer these classes with a passing grade. Nobody has taken all of Penn State’s courses, so we’re turning to our readers to reflect on their own experiences.

Using the Google Form below, give us the tips and tricks for passing Penn State’s toughest classes with an A. It doesn’t matter if you’re a current student who took the class last fall or if you’ve been graduated for years. Your advice could be featured on our site to help the next generation of Penn State students.

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Haylee Yocum

Haylee Yocum is a sophomore in the Schreyer Honors College studying Immunology and Infectious Disease. She is from Mifflintown, PA, a tiny town south of State College. She is a coffee addict, loves Taylor Swift, and can't wait to go to a concert again. Any questions can be directed to @hayleeq8 on Twitter or emailed to [email protected]

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