Not too easy. Not too difficult.
While the course does not seem beneficial for many majors that do not involve a lot of mathematics, it actually can be used as a more efficient method for finding many real-life scenarios. However, if you are planning to major in an area that requires calculus and math is not your strength , it is very different than Algebra based math. It is based around two key concepts- Integrating and Deriving. Once you understand these two key concepts, the class is a breeze.
I went into this class thinking that I was never going to need any of the information wanting to be a veterinarian or microbiologist even though it is required, thus I figured I wouldn't need to retain the information. However, I learned a lot of valuable information that can be used for many different scenarios in and out of my career field.
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Advice for students:
Don't be afraid to ask questions, even ones you may think are stupid. If you're confused on a concept, someone else is most likely. Don't hold off on studying for an entire chapter a few days or a day before the test, be sure to study each section while learning new sections so you don't forget concepts before a test.