Pretty easy, overall.
I would not recommend this course to any person who has an idea of where they want to go and what they want to do. This course has students doing work that is taught in other classes and helps guide you through an application after you've taken their course for however many years you've done so. It is monotonous work that piles up on top of other work and is meaningless to do. Unless you are someone that does not know how to use a computer or ask your guidance counselor or college advisor a simple, "Hi, I'm stuck here on my application could you please explain this part to me?", than AVID is a waste of your time.
The highlights of this course would be that AVID takes you on field trips and is the only course that does so indefinitely. I learned how to take cornell notes, even though that was also taught to me in every single other class.
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Some advice that I would give would be to reconsider going into AVID. If you truly believe that you need the extra work and the extra help "organizing" yourself, then AVID should still be reconsidered.