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Semi interesting class with easy assignments. Easy to get high marks if you follow the marking criteria. Content a little dry at times, and lecture was at an inconvenient time so I never went to them, but caught up fairly easily with the lecture slides. Endnote (referencing system) gave me a lot of trouble so don't try and download/use it 2 days before the report is due!
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
An improvement from SRAP1000, the content is a bit more engaging. The last few tutorials were spent learning excel (something I learnt in primary school). I found the three 20% quizzes okay except they are very heavily weighted (1% per multiple choice question). This was a core unit and learning about quantitative and quantitative research methods was a refresher.