Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Despite all the bad rep organic chemistry gets for being such a challenging course, it is actually isn't too bad. Depending on how much you study and how you study you will have very little problem with that course. I especially enjoyed it because it is a course where no matter how the professor teaches you can still understand the material quite easily.
The best part about this course was how much fun I had doing lab experiments, the best one being when I used a few different chemical compounds to make real nylon threads. We also made a competition out of it by seeing who could make the longest strand of nylon. I learned about many different chemicals and how they affect different objects. I also learned about the integrity of those chemicals, how they are created and how they change. The most important thing i learned however was the importance of carbon in an organic system.
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Advice for students:
Take this course if you enjoy learning about life, i say this because organic chemistry is basically the chemistry of living or "organic" systems. Be sure to study as much as you need, there is a lot of information but most of it ties together. If you can, take this course with someone you know or find someone which you can study and quiz with; being able to recite information aloud goes along way in remembering all the information.