Yes, that's right, I said it. Most of the grad students, professionals, and upperclassmen are probably laughing at my title, either because they breezed through the course, or because they too, remember being a first semester freshman in engineering, and hearing such horrible things about what is coming next semester. Now I understand that in my major(ChemE), there will be many more demanding courses than calc II, but it seems that many students are either "weeded" out by this course, or simply manage to survive by a dangling thread. What was your experience with Calc II. I know everyone is different, so I think it is healthy to hear how everyone fared. *here comes about twelve posts that are about either: a) how easy it was or, b) explaining how they didn't need to take the course because of (insert reason in order to brag and in the process completely fail to answer the OP). If it was easy, tell me why. If it was difficult tell me why. From the sounds of things, it isn't the material as much as it is the amount of material, and that is what tends to scare students away.