Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course was very difficult but worth the extra effort. You have to make sure you understand what the professor is teaching and ASK QUESTIONS WHEN YOU DON'T! Otherwise the professor would quickly keep moving on to the next concept and you'd be lost. Professor Knapp would gladly stop the lecture and spend time explaining concepts to clarify ideas, and if that wasn't enough he was always free during office hours to help.
I learned that is is very important to make sure you keep up with the lecture notes and topics. It is very easy to fall behind in this course so it is vital that you learn early to stay on top of things. Professor Knapp may come off as strict and scary, but if you ask him a question he will gladly stop to explain a concept and tries very hard to make each lesson easily relatable to real world situations.
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The most important thing i learned in this class is to always ask questions and don't allow yourself to fall behind. Once you fall behind, correct that right away and get caught up as soon as possible so that you can successfully learn the material.