Not too easy. Not too difficult.
A course about the unseen, electromagnetism. Make sure you understand physics 1 pretty well or this course would be very challenging. If physics isn't your strong point you can use math as a crutch. I would strongly recommend taking calculus 3 at the same time or already completed all calculus courses. Never miss a class! If you miss one class you'll feel 4 classes behind.
The professor is very passionate making learning easy while having fun. She will bring little experiments to show you what is really going on. She will help as much as possible but you have to do your part too. It's not just a free A. Be prepared to learn about resistors, capacitors, and solenoids. The homework isn't really all that challenging and she will help you during office hours. The quizzes are another story. Make sure you take your time and never do physics in your mind always write it down.
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Advice for students:
Never miss a day. Never do the work in your head even if you feel you can. Do all homework problems. Understand the concepts first then do the work. Practice. Practice. Practice. The more time you spend with this stuff the better off you will be. Go over the labs the day before since you won't have a lot of time to setup then execute the lab.