Pretty easy, overall.
The only reason I would recommend this course is for the fact that it is a must for the engineering majors. Overall the course can be useful for those who underachieved in high school and are looking to turn everything around and make amazing grades throughout college. If not then the class can be kind of a bore. Although there are some aspects that uprise as useful and I will take with me through my career. This course is about the basics of engineering and provides useful information and opportunities for engineering students. The course contained three major parts, engineer majors, studying techniques, and trigonometry. Overall the course was intuitive and I was able to learn from it and pass the class. It isn't much of a hard class, but it does provide good information for any student.
I mainly learned what it meant to be a college student and how to achieve throughout my semesters and years at university. Most aspects were straightforward but there were a couple that set this class over the top in study techniques and planning and organization throughout college.
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Advice for students:
I wouldn't spend money on the books, but I would spend money on the access code for the class through Pearson. All of the assignments are through Pearson and have intuitive ways to help you learn the subject matter without the use of a textbook. I can't say that I used my textbook once. Another aspect that I would mention would be to study for the quizzes, most things are taken from the assignments but it would definitely help to study for each individual one. Finally, give yourself plenty of time to do each assignment, split it up through several days to maximize the understanding and minimize the overall effort and stress.