Not too easy. Not too difficult.
AP Physics, while difficult academically, really opened my eyes to how prevalent physics is in our daily lives, and helped answer my numerous curiosities regarding mechanics, electricity, light/sounds, and many other topics.
Highlights included the many fun labs throughout the course, such as making packing peanuts levitate via electric forces, building our own rockets, and shooting lasers to determine their wavelength. I learned that physics can explain the "impossible" occurrences we see and that math is a key skill in understanding physics.
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Advice for students:
Definitely study days in advance for exams because they are a magnificent portion of your grade. The class isn't about "filling in answers" but actually understanding the material that is being taught through labs and example problems.