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    Dec 24, 2016
    | Would recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    The course is not too difficult. You just have to understand what's going on. Ask a lot of questions. Do the assignments and the projects. Read the notes extensively and pay attention to the course notes. I always emailed him. His response was always quick, and he always answered my question.

    Course highlights:

    This course is programming course, we were programming using MATLAB. If you have any previous knowledge of other programming languages like java, you should already have an idea of what you are in for. For others, if this is your first programming course nothing to fear. Like I said, know what's going on and ask a lot of questions. It's basically about learning how the application works. Then you are tested on your understanding and how to solve some problems with the knowledge you've gathered. Pay attention and ask questions if you don't understand. You'll be surprised how well you would do. For me, it helped me think critically and learn how to manipulate MATLAB to solve some problems. You might feel the course is too easy and not pay enough study attention as you would to other courses. Pay as much attention and study hard for it.

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    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    You just have to be focused. The course in itself is not too difficult. Look at the syllabus and find out where your marks are concentrated. Don't take the little assignments for granted. Make sure that you try to attend classes. Work on your projects and quizzes even if they account for little marks. Trust, every mark counts. Raed your notes, email the professor if you don't understand a concept. Do not continue reading until you have clearly understood what you are reading. Do the practise finals on your own. Refer to the textbook if the need arises.

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