Fundamentals of Biostatistics

Bernard Rosner

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Fundamentals of Biostatistics

Bernard A. Rosner

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Fundamentals of Biostatistics

Bernard Rosner

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R Notes for Lab Test - H1 (86)

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EDDA H1 Course Summary Notes

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MAST10011 comprehensive H1 notes

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Reviews

As several people have previously said, Rheanna made what would otherwise be an uninteresting subject enjoyable and manageable. A tip I found useful is to be active on the discussion board, read it and ask questions. She's really approachable after lectures and active on the discussion board. Simply do what you're supposed to (listen to lectures, go to tutes, practice textbook questions) and the final exam will be easy.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Rheanna was a really, really good lecturer and made the 'not so interesting' content, bearable. she was also very responsive on the discussion board. overall quite a straight forward subject and one of the easiest biomed subjects to get a H1 in. We got a lot of guidance for our lab test so that was easy as well.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Rheanna was fantastic and explained things really clearly and went into more detail when needed! All of the assignments were really fair and the Sem 2 lab test was quite easy (compared to the nightmare in Sem 1). The content really isn't that bad so long as you stay on top of everything. I recommend using the course notes as a source of study~ they're awesome! Overall this was far easier than Math for Biomed, and a plus is that the lectures are quite slow so you can easily watch them at 2x speed in 20 minutes ;)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

This subject has been the easiest biomed subject I've done so far!!! We had Rheanna as our lecturer and she was AMAZING! She explained the content extremely well and made the content very engaging and easy to understand. Pretty easy to get a H1 if you study and keep up with the workload. The content is quite repetitive, so once you understand the basics, you just need to know how to apply it to different scenarios.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Lab test was just a mess but overall was ok. The subject content is pretty dry but H1 is doable.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Just... No.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Not the most riveting subject, but definitely not as bad as people say. The content is straightforward and it is fairly easy to do well overall. That being said, keeping up with lecture content is absolutely crucial if you want to do well on the weekly quizzes. The lecturers assigned to teach EDDA are excellent (especially Yaoban Chan - what an incredibly inspiring man). The resources are fantastic, especially the course textbook which is pretty much all you need (provided online, or sold at the CO-OP) and the tutorial sheets. Lab attendance is not compulsory but go and you will thank yourself come Week 11 lab test.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

A subject that is extremely dry in nature, but conceptually is not terribly difficult. If you put in the necessary work and stay relatively on top of things, you should do fairly well. I highly recommend doing the weekly tute sheets as this will help your understanding of the content. The best thing about the subject is that YaoBan is a memelord so listening to the lectures isn't as bad.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Not the most enjoyable and stimulating subject, but at the same time, probably the easiest to achieve a H1 in with the least amount of effort. If you keep up with the lectures, do the weekly quizzes and assignments legitimately by yourself so that you know how to do them and understand the few fundamental concepts that you need for this subject, there's really no reason stopping anyone from getting a H1 - regardless if you've seen distributions like Normal and Poisson before. Buying the book is not necessary. Don't wag the labs because the lab test is worth 10% and it's so much easier to practice R (the program you'll use) when you have your tutor around to ask. Also if you have Sourav Das as a tutor you are one blessed human being because he is the biggest lad and will make the most difficult concepts easy.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

I found this to be extremely boring and tedious. The lecturer was ok but the computer part did not feel necessary.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016