Average Rating
Course Difficulty
Easy 67%
Medium 0%
Hard 33%
Top Course Tags
Many Small Assignments
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Background Knowledge Expected
Pretty easy, overall.
Course Overview:
Ralph was a great professor. He really took the time to explain the content and make sure that you understood it.
Course highlights:
From this course, I was able to relate my knowledge of social issues and statistics. We looked at police brutality statistics and analyzed them using equations and things we had learned in class.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
To do well in the class, just make sure you listen and take notes on the in-class lectures, as well as keeping up on the homework. A pretty standard expectation for a math course!
Pretty easy, overall.
Course Overview:
Tim made statistics easy to understand. He tailored the pace of the course to fit the class and was always available to answer questions. Homework was reasonable and the tests were easy as long as you understood the material. Tim dropped the lowest test score and let you know what you needed to get on the final to get the grade you desired (he told me I couldn't come to the final or he would give me a lower graded-n I had an A without showing up).
Course highlights:
This class gave a good basic understanding of statistics. If you don't need advanced math it is a good course to take to fulfill basic requirements or it can give you a good foundation before going onto more advanced statistics classes.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Ask questions early if you don't understand; concepts build upon each other.
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
Although it is a constant challenge, you never lack in learning something new about both the material and yourself. Mr. Rickman excelled in teaching a course with quite complicated material because he is so genuinely passionate about Statistics.
Course highlights:
I learned how to work properly on Excel, and how it can really benefit you and alleviate some of the weight from the complex math equations.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
To focus in class, ask questions, be patients and take your time to think it through.