Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course for students who still need to take the civic course, but do not want to take a full year of it. The course went over all basic information about the government, mostly at the federal level, but also focused on government at the state level at the end of the semester. It helps a lot when elections start to pop up and by learning the information, I could understand more about what was going on.
I learned about the process of a bill and how it is created and accepted or denied in congress, as well as requirements to be a representative, senator, or president. I also learned about what all goes into the process of running for election for president and using all the media and PAC's that were available to them to help promote their platform and hopefully win the election.
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Advice for students:
Fill out the study guide daily and thorough. Read the chapters that are assigned and make sure you take notes of everything and keep them organized. Do the practice quizzes when it comes to taking the civic exam at the end of the semester. Use your notes to fill out the objectives at the end of the study guide, but go over them to understand the concept before the test, which one of the objectives that you had to do will be on the test.