Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Record her lectures and pay attention in lectures - the questions and problems she goes over in class will be what's on the tests. The textbook - I found wasn't very helpful and you could just borrow the textbook from the library to do the practice questions/homework she assigns rather than spending so much money on the textbooks. Pay attention in labs as the TAs are very helpful in providing hints and tips on how to solve certain problems and in making sure that you're understanding what's going on in lab because questions will pop on the midterms and finals. Lastly, never be afraid to go to office hours or ask questions - she's very helpful.
Poe is no joke but I love her and ended up taking 3rd year inorgo with her. She taught me that most of the profs don't really use the textbooks that're in the syllabus and that it's key to pay attention during lectures and to record them so that you can listen back to them later to catch anything you might have missed or even just to reinforce what was taught during that time. GO TO OFFICE HOURS!
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Stay on top of the homework and ask questions - don't let the end of the semester come by and then you have a ton of questions which could've been answered earlier and likely helped you with other issues you may have been having.