Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I recommend his class because it is required before calculus and is helpful information. Everything is divided in simple sections and there are many examples and problems to work on for practice.
Some quizzes are with a partner and others you can use a sheet of notes. Partial credit is given which helps with tests. Learned logarithms, exponential growth, algebra review, polynomial equations, graphing, factoring review, and fractional equations.
Hours per week:
Advice for students:
Write all of the examples and do the homework. Review as much as possible and read over handouts. Takes notes as you best see fit, but everything on the board is important and needs remembered.