Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Calculus is an enthralling course. It allows one to demystify the movement of heavenly bodies along with providing students with a strong foundation in math--a concept that will be of great help in a student's future years.
Through all my years leading to Calculus, I have taken several math courses that allowed me to do useful operations such as simple algebra, areas of simple shapes, slope of a line, length of a line segment, etc. Calculus took these concepts and expanded it even further; I can now calculate the area of a curve, length of an arc, slope of a tangent line, and volumes of shapes that result from their rotation upon an axis.
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Advice for students:
Calculus is not an easy course that can be studied for a few days before the test, let alone the night before. In order to attain a high grade in the class, students need to have a strong foundation of the basic principles of the lessons taught in the class. They have to further improve their problem solving methods by practicing a plethora of problems.