In terms of difficulty, workload, and transition from high school, Calculus II used to be similar to Calculus I, until they changed the instructor to good old Bernardo. The tests and online assignments are generally regarded as some of the hardest in first year, and is usually a big scare for first years. Topics include integration techniques, sequences and series, differential equations, and vector-valued functions.
Problem Solving, Memorization, Theoretical Knowledge, Group Work.
Beginning in the second semester of last year, they started implementing a group portion of the exams. Make sure you select your group early on and ensure that you can work together well.
Read the textbook! It will help you truly learn the backstage theoretical knowledge behind the material, and will help you on tests.
Do a wide range of problems, including all of the online homework, textbook questions, and as many past exams as you can. Note that MAT187 used to be called MAT197 in 2014 and before.
Don't let this get you down, as well as your other courses. Just try your hardest. Everybody in your class will struggle. There will be grade adjustments later, but don't depend on this."