Pharmacy - Data Analysis & Professional Practice
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Pharm calc was interesting, useful, and well set out with the quizzes and mini tests. Wong is a clear and efficient lecturer and explained all concepts well. However, the stats half of the course was awful. Though he means well, Ian cannot teach - the lectures were confusing and a waste of time - I found I was better off deciphering the lecture slides at home. In the end I taught myself the stats half of the course - the only good part was the workshops, where we got some practise with questions and the tutor could help.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017
The Pharm Calcs component of the course was good. Heaps of help always available and Wong made the lectures interesting. The Statistics component of the course was extremely boring so there was hardly anyone attending the lectures by the end of it. He was behind on lectures the whole semester and there was a huge jump in knowledge from the mid-sem to the final exam.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015
The Pharmaceutical Calculations segment of this course was extremely fun and easy and there were tests every few weeks with no final exam. However, the Statistics component was much tougher with painful lab sessions and not to mention a very unorganised lecturer with a poor sense of humour and terrible lecturing skills. Half way through the semester, only a quarter of the cohort attended his lectures, praying he would improve...he didn't...but overall I did very well and the Pharmaceutical Calculations component pulled up my rating hahaha.