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Felipe

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Reviews

This course is really well structured, and the lecturer is one of the most generous lecturers in all ECMT 3000 level courses (another one is ECMT3130's lecturer, David). If you study hard and follow what's going on every week, it is so easy to get a distinction. Cheat sheets were allowed in both midsem and final exam. So if you can understand the concepts in the lecture slides, this course is all fine for you.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

WARNING; Do not take this course unless you have a serious penchant for maths and statistics. I got D's and HDs in all 1000 and 2000 level ECMT units which gave me a false sense of security to take on 3110 - the jump in content (and apparent assumed knowledge) is significant. This is an extremely challenging subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

This is one of the most challenging econometric subjects I have taken thus far. As the lecturer Dr Simon Kwok said in the first lecture, the content explored is on par with PhD courses in the US. I believe the subject was very well assessed, with several assignments and a mid semester exam which were fairly marked and allowed students to give a good demonstration of their understanding. While I found this subject highly engaging, it's demanding nature requires students of a rigorous statistical calibre.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014