Introduction to Statistical Reasoning

Juana Sanchez

Introduction to Statistical Reasoning

Statistics department

Juana Sanchez

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Easiness of class 1.2
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Clarity of professor 2.5
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Quarter Taken: N/A Submitted Aug. 9, 2012 Grade Received: N/A

Looking for an easy A? Then take this class. Professor Sanchez's lectures are absolutely useless, but luckily I had taken Math 3c the quarter before so I knew a lot of the material going in. She's not the best professor, but she makes things really easy for you. ONLINE midterm and final. Let me repeat that: THE MIDTERM AND FINAL ARE ONLINE. Open book, open note. Sure, the weekly online homework and quizzes are annoying and time-consuming, but they're not difficult at all. Pearson is actually really helpful and you can learn the material by using that website rather than attending lecture. This class also doesn't use a clicker; she takes attendance by randomly calling out names to answer questions. She usually only calls out 9-10 names AT MOST, so if you have to skip lecture, don't get too worked up about it. I would REALLY recommend this stats class over the others, because you can pretty much bullshit right through it, while the others will probably require you to actually LEARN the material.

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