Pretty easy, overall.
Course Overview:
I would recommend this class for people interested in learning about scientific research methods and/or interested in the math behind some natural phenomena. The class can be difficult to some people at times. Out of all math classes offered in this school, it is the one with the least focus on accuracy and more on general approximations so long as proof exists to support your claims
Course highlights:
I haven't completed half the course yet, but so far, I have learned about graph creation and interpretation, distributions, correlations and probabilities. You don't have to do your homework at all. The entire class is based off the amount you earn relative to the amount you could have earned, so you can get by with only test grades as not turning in homework doesn't count against you.
Hours per week:
0-2 hours
Advice for students:
For me, I never do the homework and just study for the test. She gives out printable notesheets but I don't like them and take notes by hand and review the day before tests with a textbook.