This class was tough.
The class is essentially a statistics course presented in a biomedical context. The professor was very thorough. Additionally the textbook provided ample detail and practice problems as well. The pace was relatively fast towards the end but all of the information was build from previous material and cumulative.
I got a good understanding of applicable statistics after the course.
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Advice for students:
Do not underestimate the course. Understanding statistics requires more than just knowledge of mathematic fundamentals. The course is applicable for nearly any major. However, having the information presented in a "biomedical" context -or topic of personal interest- may allow the student to better understand the material or have further interest in the material. The class takes practice. If you redo some of the previous homework you can often find that you've learned many new approaches to solving the same problem without needing to manually calculate all of the possible outcomes.