Pretty easy, overall.
This class was a fantastic introduction to chemistry, and coming from a high school where science was never focused on, I was really taken aback by the professor's abundance of knowledge, the TA's care for helping us succeed, and the organized curriculum.
Specifically, I personally learned about radial and angular nodes pertaining to electron probability distributions. I also learned about molecular orbital (MO) theory and an extensive introduction to thermodynamic principles.
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Advice for students:
This class was highly conceptual, so you really need to focus on understanding and looking at chemistry as a way of explaining the world around you. If you are the kind of person who prefers using formulas to plug numbers in for answers, you will not do well. Memorization is only good up to an extent, and this class teaches you the time and place for it.