Not too easy. Not too difficult.
If you're a fast learner of chemistry then you'll be okay in this class. She tests harshly and goes in a very fast pace. Almost as if you're suppose to know the material before hand.
This course is general chemistry. If you took it in high school then it's just review with a bit of new material. It's mostly about how chemicals react, what type would react strongly with each other and why. There's a lot of equations to understand more than memorise. You should know when to apply a specific equation to a specific questions. There's always key words to help you out on that. Pin-point them and you'll be fine.
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Advice for students:
Do the homework problems. If you want to pass her exams, do the problems she posts on blackboard. They're not mandatory but you won't pass the class without them. There's extra credit that might be a bit difficult. It's online but you should take time to do them. Trust me, you'll need it no matter how well you think you're doing. The problems in the text book and the practice problems on blackboard will come on the exams. Sometimes even the exact form of the problem. Pay attention in class and print the slides beforehand. She hints at what problems might come in the exams sometimes. Always carry a calculator and periodic table, she will call you out if you don't. Don't talk in class, she'll stop the lecture just for you. Don't assume she doesn't know you're watching Netflix on your laptop. She knows and she will remember your face if you come to her for help after class. Give 100% effort or you won't do well. You can't pass this class without studying hard. This class is doable if you come wanting to learn.