Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course was exactly the material. The teaching was not exceptional or lacking. The tests were not overly difficult or coddling. A student in this course is given the material and can either neglect the course and do poorly or go the extra step and work to truly understand the topics. It's a course that reflects the character of the student.
This course focused on classical mechanics and general laws and principles of physics. The material is similar to the subjects learned in an elementary high school physics class. Anything from projectile motion to the laws of gravity.
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Advice for students:
Read the chapters as the class progresses through them and do as many homework problems as possible. Office hours are very helpful for challenging concepts but are not necessarily invaluable. Form study groups and get to work studying for exams at least a week in advance. There's a good amount of material that can come out during tests.