Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The second most important factor that contributes to your success as a student is the teachers. The only thing more important than this is your own passion and commitment to reach the finish line. There will be clash of commitments - family, social activities, friends, hobbies etc and it is your commitment that will carry you through all:)
The general Physics is like the 'common sense' that is not very common. The basic principles like difference between weight and mass, gravity, relativity of speed etc are the foundations of other concepts like - how our body works in relation to the environment we live in. For example the General Physics helped me better comprehend the course in college level Biomechanics that I had to take as one of the pre requisites for Occupational Therapy program. The body movements, specifically joint and muscle movements are studied as mechanical movements that work in cohesion and facilitate smooth functioning of all the bones and muscles in our body.
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Advice for students:
If you have a science background and have studied Physics earlier at college level, it's a breeze. But for someone like me with Arts background and going back to school after a long break, it demands much more time and patience.