Psychological Research Methodology Iii
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This is a hard course, but Winnifred tries her best to make it more engaging. Stay on top of the content, which was made easier this semester as she often had quizzes. As long as you prepare well for those quizzes and make sure you're engaging with the content every week by checking your understanding, it should be fine. The one mistake is to fall behind, as it is hard(-ish) to catch up. I really loved the textbook, as it's entertaining and you can revise some stuff from previous years as well. Go to your tutorial, as they pretty much go through the whole assignment using different examples, so worth doing well on the assignment to get your grade up! This course does take a lot of time, but take it week-by-week and it should be fine.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
A challenging subject that requires a LOT of energy and time. The assessment is particularly challenging and the APA marking is far harsher than any other course I have ever taken in my Psychology degree. It also covers some extremely dull material that makes paying attention difficult, however the lecturer does her best to make it entertaining, and I found the tutors to be gifted and helpful, with an added bonus of plenty of very helpful material on Black Board.