Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I recomend this course for anyone who is not 100% sure if joining the Chemistry major is right for them. Better said, this course gives you a tiny glimps into what chemistry is without totally burying you.
Throughout this course I learned basic but very usefull skills such as stoichiometry, the three basic types of reactions (acid-base, redox reactions and ionic reactions) and added to that many other lab skills such as how to correctly use a pipet, how to titrate, balancing chemical equations and many other things.
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Advice for students:
If you are considering this course do not be fooled by by the "Introductory" portion of its name. It is a simple course as long as you stay organized. Between test and lab reports surviving this course is tought in the sense they you will have to take a minimum of 2 hours a day in order to pass the class with an acceptable grade be that a C or a B. I studied about 4 hours a day and got an A.