Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Dr. Zhou is a well educated and puts a lot of effort into the course. He doesn't speak the best English or give the best examples, but he finds a lot of outside resources to implement into his lectures to make up for this. He is constantly finding new interactive programs that help explain the more difficult concepts in physics two.
The highlight of the course is towards the end which is over Einstein's theory of special relativity. This concept is extremely counter intuitive, but very interesting once I understood it. After the release of newer science fiction movies related to this theory, I think students will be eager to understand this.
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Advice for students:
The difficulty of the course is not evenly distributed, so some chapters won't take much time while others take longer. Start early and do not underestimate some of the difficult subjects such as electricity and magnetism.