Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
She gives great examples and a lot of practice to learn the material before the test. She is also great at explaining the course and the semester was a breeze unlike most of my other classes.
Course highlights:
Learning about business and how research can be swayed or manipulated, which is seen on media and many organizations today.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
Attend class everyday and complete practice problems
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
You must take this regardless if you plan on pursueing a psychology degree. This is a woman that struggled with statistic but now teaches it. She is knowledgeable which also make her class a little difficult. One of the best thing I did was ask plenty of questions and if I still didn't understand it, I would look up video's on how to do it. With statistic its easiest to just memorize a step by step formula and stay organized. Never fall behind on how to do a certain formula because it will reappear it later chapters and become part of other formulas.
Course highlights:
I learned what test were appropriate for certain research experiments. What psychological research actually is. That mean, median, and mode, is actually used more that just college algebra. How to stay organized with my math, which later on helped for calculus. How to do different formulas. I actually am now fascinated with psychological research. That I can help with studies now and make a difference.
Hours per week:
9-11 hours
Advice for students:
Do not fall behind. Seek help whenever you need it. Use your reasources tutors, videos, and the professor. Continue to study if you don't you may forget the formulas, which are needed through out the semester.