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### Notes

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#### SCI1020 HD (85) Exam Notes - S1 2018

Written by Mikayla

These notes, which helped me get an 85 (after previously being a poor math student), cover all lectu...

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#### SCI1020 HD (90) Exam Notes

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Notes covering entire syllabus, including: - Describing distributions - Linear regression - Ma...

33 pages, 8588 words

#### Introductory to statistics

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Topics covered: * Variables and Describing distributions * Scatterplots, correlation and linear re...

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### Reviews

Sojin is a very good lecturer, she is very helpful if you get stuck and always replies to emails to help. The TAs were also very helpful. The content can get a little dry at times, but make sure you stay up to date because the exam is very comprehensive.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Dianne is definitely the best lecturer in any unit I've done this year. Pretty easy unit just make sure if you want to get a HD to turn up to the Tutes and do the prelim as they are easy ways to get marks. The assignments are pretty easy just little things like using names of the IV and EV in stead of x and y and getting the graphs right.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Really easy unit but can get very dry. Lectures are very informative but super boring however it's best if you attend the lectures. Dianne is a very good lecturer but does tend to talk about unnecessary stuff every now and then however, before exams when i was having certain difficulties she agreed to meet me and help me understand a whole section in just 1 hour! Really amazing Always try and get Uzma Ahmed as a tutor for your workshop as she is extremely helpful and really nice and a really good at explaining. The assignments aren't too hard either and the marking is pretty linear.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

This was helpful for those who hadn't had experience in scientific writing. It can be a bit boring, but moving into post-grad it gives you an advantage over those that haven't had these classes

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Great for students without a strong mathematical background and useful for those majoring in psychology and biological/biomedical sciences. Dianne is a wonderful lecturer, always willing to help, and makes revision easier for students by summarising material in an easy-to-digest way. Tutes are a good place to practice and apply lecture content. Good lead-in to STA1010.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

very easy unit

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

This unit was okay as an introductory unit. The worksheets were helpful in understanding the content though they were very time consuming compared to their grade value. The content is very dry but Dianne is a good lecturer and explained certain mathematic concepts in a way that helped me understand it better than I have before. It's not essential to attend the lectures in person but definitely keep up with them online as the content moves very quickly.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Simple enough introductory stats unit. The workshops and online quizzes are constant but are great for getting a grasp on the lecture content, but the exam is weighted very heavily, 65% means there is not much room for error here.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Tutors and support given were good, but lectures dragged on. Content incredibly boring. Necessary for a science course but maybe the advanced units would be more interesting.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

A good choice of a core unit for Science students who don't particularly want to pursue a Mathematics pathway or just aren't skilled in it. Also good choice for an 'easier' subject for people.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016