This class was tough.
I would recommend this course to anyone who is a psychology, biology, premed, or whatever major, because you can apply statistics to your major and real life applications! With statistics, you can be able to analyze the stats during an exam, and see how the class scored, or you'll be able to see nationally how people performed during a study, or you can be able to read a journal and analyze and understand the statistics.
The highlights centered around the professor, she was funny yet serious but passionate about students learning statistics. She gave detailed breakdown of the course topics and wanted her students to succeed in every way they could via office hours, study group, lab work, homework, and exams. She even gave great advice about graduate schools, admissions, GRE, and etc. She encouraged us to seek research opportunities!
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Advice for students:
Go to class lectures and practice the material outside of class. Do several practice questions until you can understand it greatly that you could be able to teach someone else who doesn't know stats. Utilize tutoring hours, ask questions, the tutors are there to help but not do your work! Ask the professor for things that need clarification and advice on how you could raise your grade and do better in the class.