Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course with this professor if you are a student who can be engaged throughout the class period. She is very quick, as are most math professors, and she skips around often. However, I found her to be extremely helpful and thorough. She was very clear about what it was she wanted, and she gave many practice problems. If you do the homework and the practice problems, and you visit her during office hours, you will do very well.
Honestly, statistics was not something I ever imagined myself taking. It wasn't a class I wanted to take, but for my Psychology major I had to choose between statistics or computer science, so I chose statistics. I do not regret taking the class because it was actually very helpful. As a Psychology major, we have to take research methods, which goes into statistical analysis for research in the field of psychology. The fact that I had the background in statistics already was something that I was thankful for. Also, I found the class challenging, which is something that I enjoyed. I'm not going to lie, I enjoyed math in high school, and this was the closest thing I've taken to math since then, so it was actually kind of fun. It was different from the massive amounts of reading and memorization that we need to do in our major classes.
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Advice for students:
Go to class. That is number one. It is not a class you can skip because you will fall behind quickly. Do the homework. It's tedious, but it's very helpful. Ask your professor for help, or to recommend more practice problems. Honestly, the best thing you can do for statistics is to practice, practice, practice.