Not too easy. Not too difficult.
It is general education so it is important, but the professor made the material fun. I always enjoyed history because I found it easy and simple. This course was great material, a mix of what you learned pretty much from seventh grade and up and goes into detail of what you once had learned, like Mesopotamia but in the ancient days,
I gained a lot of experience it was the first college class I ever attended. In that class in particular, I never made any friends, just acquaintances because the professor mostly lectured, he was the main relationship that you had in the class. It was better that way though, because you could really focus. If you were absent he did whatever he could to help you out, even if you were unexcused.
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Advice for students:
Just read the notes you took over and over throughout the week would be my main suggestion. But also to focus on your note taking, he will go off on tangents and tell you what was and wasn't important enough to write down. So you learned little historical inside stories but then you also got the facts that would be on tests. It was an interesting class with tests that would keep you on your toes.