This class was tough.
If you need this course as a math major or a pre-med student, then I would suggest this professor. He can be hard at times, but if you communicate with him and ask him for help, he will definitely help you. Thus, I suggest that you pay attention in class and take notes from the examples. Even though the powerpoint slides are online, the examples in class are essential to really understanding how everything works.
I learned how to perform t-tests and ANOVAs. There are a lot more tests that you learn throughout the term. There aren't any exciting highlights that I can think of. Just keep working through the material even if it is pretty dull.
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Advice for students:
Keep up with the homework, reading quizzes, and regular quizzes. They help to pull up your grade in the end of the term. Also, if you are getting behind in the class after the first exam, don't be afraid to ask for a tutor through the ARC. I am a really good student, but I had to get a tutor because I honestly didn't fully understand the material.