Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This class is a requirement for many students either as core credit or for entry level prerequisites for a lot of programs. I've always been kind of terrible at physics, I understand the concepts but hate the math.
What I liked about this course was that it wasn't busy work intensive. In a lot of large lecture classes like this, you're supposed to show up and take notes and then take the exams. This fit well with my learning style because I tend to learn topics better on my own rather than a group setting.
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Advice for students:
Show up to class! That's the best thing you can do. Most of the time professors will tell you questions that will be showing up on the exams later on, so its imperative that you show up, pay attention, and take notes. This way, if you're confused, you can show up to office hours and your professor will know that you were actually paying attention and will likely be more helpful.