Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I recommend this course for students interested in the STEM field and looking for somewhat of a challenge. This course teaches the basics of Chemistry, from states of matter to nuclear chemistry. During the lecture, the professor would teach much of the concepts and a bit on how to apply them. It is the student's duty to practice further application by solving the assigned problems in the textbook and online.
I learned basic Chemistry concepts and how to apply them in practical questions. The co-requisite for this course was the Chemistry 1602 Lab, where I learned, hands-on, how to form solutions, identify elements through their reactions with different compounds, etc. In general, the course was a through introduction to Chemistry.
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Advice for students:
It is essential to continuously review notes and practice solving questions. The course is relatively fast-paced, and it is easy to get left behind if you don't open your textbook for a day or two. If you have any questions about any of the questions or concepts, don't be afraid to go to office hours of the T.A.s, as most, if not all, of them will be eager to help you out. Doing these things will ensure you don't pull an all nighter before an exam.