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Horribly taught subject. Be prepared to learn the material yourself, you won't get a decent level of teaching from the lecturer. He biases the subject to those who are math/engineering students, thereby making it much, much harder for the psychology students to get a really good mark. Mid-terms and exam questions will have "tricks" to them, eg add up 2 columns of results & perform an analysis on that. Teaching is woeful, and the lecturer is not very helpful. Would recommend doing MATH1041 in first year before tacking this course, and get a good textbook.

Anonymous, Term 1, 2019

The course is not taught well at all and the assignments don't even have rubrics. The marks are arbitrary and it is hard to know what they expect. Basically gets ready to teach this subject to yourself really well to pass.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

hard if you forget everything from 1111. definitely make sure you read all your 1111 notes before starting and always go over the lecture slides before attending. makes it 10x easier to keep up with what chris is saying without having to rewatch everything at home. i didnt do any of this and im trying to catch up now and its hell. take it from me. keep up with the work.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

I thought the course was well structured and a nice introduction to statistics in psychology, but as I have no inherent interest in statistics, I found that I enjoyed other courses more

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2012