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The unit wasn't as bad as I thought it would be, I heard a lot about how difficult it was prior to doing it which freaked me out. Throughout the semester though the workload was bearable and difficult concepts were explained more thoroughly in tutes but lectures on the other hand weren't that clear or helpful, there are heaps of videos on youtube that explain the topics more succinctly. In-semester assessments were pretty easy to gain marks, it's only the exam that was difficult. I'd only recommend doing this unit if it's part of your major.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

I found the unit to be tolerable, but not one that I would really recommend. Quite a bit of math throughout the semester (linear algebra) which is fine as they don't really focus on it, but it definitely helps to understand the basic principles. The tutorials weren't helpful for me as everyone just copied the tutor's answers off the board for the entire lesson and we didn't get to actually practice anything apart from E-views (which is not on the exam).

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Unit is okayyyy, takes a lot of study though, the lectures arent great and the lecture material isnt all that helpful as it is quite vague and unorganised. The tutors and labs are super helpful though, and the midsem multi choice is fairly straightforward

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

This unit is really difficult, it takes a long time understanding concepts and just generally learning to apply them and also the workload is a lot compared to other level 2 commerce units. Definitely take this unit paired with easier units. I found the lectures were not helpful, so the textbook is great, but even then the concepts are not easy to understand. I would recommend watching some of the econometrics videos online and then reading the textbook. Tutorials are useful , since this where you will learn to use the software, EViews. A good tutor will go a long way in helping you understand the topics.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

This is a massive step up in difficulty compared to ETC1000. Content is really difficult to understand at the beginning and lecturer did not explain it well.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

This subject is an extension of ETC1000 and focuses solely on regression. It goes into much more depth with regards to the theory and derivations and proofs for formulas. Not too difficult if you did well in ETC1000 but certainly more technical than compared with the other core commerce units. The tutors and lecturers don't seem to be that great and the resources they provide for the midsem and final exam are rather limited.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015