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Astronomy 101 - Some hints for Study and Quiz Preparation

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David Wallin, College Senior
Sierra College, Rocklin, CA

I love the way that this resource is written. Professor Keel is correct, coming from a student prospective, that Astronomy is not just a class about numbers nor concepts. It's a healthy, yet sometimes unnerving mixture of both. Without having a trusty textbook near at hand, Astronomy would be a difficult and grueling task. Taking notes is essential to this sort of course, of course. Without it, you have to try and commit everything the instructor lectures about and that frankly will not work. Aside from the wonderful advice of Professor Keel, I would say the biggest part of learning Astronomy is repetition. Take the first class but MAKE SURE you continue to the next course because the information will be repeated and built upon as you move on. Thank you Professor Keel for this clean-cut and informative resource!


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