introduction to Economic Methods
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Awful unit and everything is completely irrelevant. Unfortunately this is a compulsory unit. Good luck if you haven't done maths in years, or just struggle with maths in general. This unit is difficult and not at all helpful. Tutorial teachers are unhelpful and lectures are crap.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
I wouldn’t venture into this subject alone unless familiar with good knowledge of high school math, this is mainly probability and statistics, some calculus that you don’t really need to know is in there too. When I say don’t need to know it was one question on the final exam that you could skip. Lectures are helpful in the sense they show you what to read. There is quite a lot to read and understand. Tutorial questions are good but the teacher I had was a waste of space. He would do a question read the answer go back and try correct it than not explain why he need to correct that past error in his work.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
Subject can be quite stressful if you have not come from a high level of maths in high school.