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I love statistics, so this unit was enjoyable for me - despite factor analysis being my weakest statistical area. It also provides important and useful knowledge for future use in research report writing. I give four stars though because the group project was a disaster. All sections I was involved in received a HD, however the others parts gained only Cs. This pulled down my overall grade immensely and withdrew my chances at a high achievement award which was disheartening. This also meant I had a lot of extra stress for the final assessment. Otherwise the unit is fantastic - as are the teaching team. There are many collaborate sessions and extensive support provided. The text was also well presented. Do note though, it is very important to complete your final assignment (which replaces the need for an exam in this unit) as early as possible, otherwise it could intervene with revision for exams in other units.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

really liked the unit but if you struggle with statistics or report writing definitely get a tutor !!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

This unit isn't as bad as it's made out to be - so long as you have a good tutor and focus your efforts on the assignments (because there isn't an exam).

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

This unit was god, except it was not really explained well at the beginning, regarding to how the unit works and what is expected. Also a lot of debate on assignments between different tutors on the way to complete assignments, which was vague. However, all came together in the end.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014

Be sure you find a suitable group you can work within, set timelines and make everyone's role clear. Not much support offered if you have group members not pulling their weight, so don't waste time contacting various tutors etc, just divide the workload amongst those who are contributing. 5 group members work well, keeping in mind at least one in general won't contribute

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014