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Reviews

If you stay on top of the group work and read the textbook the unit is actually pretty good and useful. I had a really hardworking group which helped a lot, also make sure to revise and go over stats that the tutor teaches or that are on your textbook as they are key to passing this unit. And if you want that 10% set from the beginning of the course, make sure you complete PEERWISE super early and get it over and done with!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

This unit is fine if you keep up to date, DON'T FALL BEHIND! Try to get yourself into a good group this is hugely important as the group assessment is massive. Start studying for end of sem exam early because the final group assessment submission is due only a few days before the exam so easy to spend your time trying to finish that instead of studying.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Takes the cake for the crappiest unit I've done at uni so far. Hume is a passive aggressive convener who seems to have more caustic wit than sense, and is not very helpful when it comes to answering student inquiries. My tutor seems to just talk in jargon and provides little to no help in understanding course material. I agree with previous reviews: get a good group or you're screwed.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Definitely a stressing subject, very hard to understand the lecturer and not helpful at all, like others reviews it is important to make sure you have a good group that is willing to put in effort. Do not suggest this unless it is a core unit for you

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Do not take this unit unless it is a core. A couple of this I think you should be aware of before undertaking this unit: - Get a good group: suss everyone out, unfortunately I was stuck with a lazy group. There are 2 components that involve group work so make an effort to pair with good people. - Try and get a good tutor: I had Alex B and he was an amazing and helpful tutor. - Lecturer is quite hard to understand - Not a hard unit if you try hard from the start - Earn easy 10% by completing Peerwise assessment early

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Like most of the other feedback, I would say that this unit is interesting (involves statistics and although they have removed the prerequisite of taking STAT150/170, strongly recommend taking STATs before/at the same time of taking this unit). However, it was poorly organised, the unit on a whole was not informative and did not feel that I learnt much personally. Exam was tougher than the project work and I wouldn't recommend it unless it's a core unit either.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Poorly organised unit which was very unstructured. Lecturer made things difficult to understand. You are expected to be an expert at stats and the content is very boring, dry and difficult as it is heavily statistics based. I got stuck in a group which did not assist at all with the group assignment and I ended up doing 90% of it by myself which was reflected in the final mark. The convenor didn't even give thought to my peer feedback given. Would not recommend this subject unless it is a core for your degree.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Ok so I actually did well in this unit. BUT, this is only because I have the best group project members and best tutor, Jennifer. If you get her, trust you'll do well. NOW, the actual unit itself is sloppy and unorganised for sure. The unit organiser was rude and completely unorganised. Claiming that the unit has a low fail rate because students don't put effort when actually it's because he confuses everyone. Try to use your tutor as much as possible and not the unit organiser because he is very rude and doesn't care. He answers your questions with attitude and another question. ALSO, I was told that I could buy the eBook for this unit and take it in for the open book final exam, when two weeks before the exam I was told that we can't take the eBook and had to either buy the textbook, print 600 pages of the eBook out or just go in without a textbook. Very unorganised and sloppy unit, if it's a compulsory unit like it was for me, TRY TRY TRY to find a good group otherwise you'll regret it for sure!!!!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Lots of group work, so you get to work on STAT together (good if it's not your forte). Heavily maths based, but manageable if you keep up with lectures and tutorials. Attend everything if possible.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Such a disorganised unit, and the fact the content was really hard and there were high expectations with knowledge of stats made it a lot harder. The first half of the semester did not involve stats as much so I made sure to aim high for those assessments and the PeerWise sector as I knew the stats section would bring me down. Exam was very poorly written and laid out, lecturer incredibly hard to understand too, which obviously makes learning and understanding the content much harder. Would not recommend (unless it's a core unit and you have to do it)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016