Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
yes it is an interesting class that details different variations of what statistics represents, how to calculate the different data sets, and the reasoning behind why it is we use statistics to better understand populations.
Course highlights:
A better understanding of how statistics represents many aspects of life and its relationship to logical thinking, i.e., what chance really represents and how useful it is for determining certainty.
Hours per week:
9-11 hours
Advice for students:
practice, practice, practice. The lectures are key to understanding the work you will have to deal with, however; the more you stay with it the smoother it becomes.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
This course and this professor went well together. I was never a math student, but statistics is just clicking. I almost gave up on college because I thought math would hold me back, Well I did drop out, And i did go back, And guess who passing statistics ? ME ! Now I am one term away from graduation with a double major. Hard work pays off. Never realized what studying can do. Never give up !
Course highlights:
I learned how surveys overall work and that the annoying random people at malls are choosing you at random to conduct an experiment. So take the Survey!
Hours per week:
12+ hours
Advice for students:
Turns out taking notes after your professor is done showing examples is the best way to understand, You retain more. Also The first chapters on Standard deviation really important. Everything you learn is used after the chapters still. General knowledge, keep it stored.