So I took some classes in the humanities, mostly about film (that's why you can trust me on the movie ratings! ;)) and American literature. Sure almost all of them were a lot of fun and I learned a lot. But the math class I took last semester was completely different. I had to study almost every day and getting a C was as difficult as getting an A in those film classes!
Sure I don't want to judge all film classes as too easy. I learned a lot and appreciate the way of critical thinking that I acquired. And also the use of language /ability to writes readable texts that is practiced. I think for a math class you have to study more but you also 'just' study, you don't learn to think for yourself. On the other hand, when you're able to do math, you're able to understand complex structures and you can actually solve problems, not only talk about them.
Did anyone have similar experiences? Do you think math classes are harder than film/lit. classes?