Linda Zanontian

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STATS 10
Introduction to Statistical Reasoning See Full Profile

Overall 4.5 Easiness 4.3 Workload 4.1 Clarity 4.4 Helpfulness 4.5

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Great class. Be sure to make each homework or lab count. Got 92.76%, and needed a 93% to get an A, so don't let any assignment slip.

(Spring Quarter 2018)
STATS 12
Introduction to Statistical Methods for Geography and Environmental Studies See Full Profile

Overall 5.0 Easiness 4.5 Workload 4.0 Clarity 4.5 Helpfulness 4.5

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Professor Zanontian is an excellent professor. She makes everything clear. The homework and lab assignments are manageable. The exams are fair as long as you understand the materials. I want to learn more about stats after taking this class. (I think it says everything:))

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(Winter Quarter 2019)
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STATS 13
Introduction to Statistical Methods for Life and Health Sciences See Full Profile

Overall 4.6 Easiness 4.4 Workload 3.4 Clarity 4.6 Helpfulness 4.6

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I really liked Professor Zanontian. There was usually one very short homework assignment and a 7-10 question online quiz each week, and a lab due every two weeks. There were two assessments, each with a 24 hour time limit once you begin but open for several days so you can take them at your leisure. The grade breakdown is 20% for each category: labs, homework, quizzes, assessment 1, and assessment 2.

Since I took the course online, all of the lectures were recorded so there was no live element to lecture. Lectures were clear and the slides are super detailed. I took stats in high school, so none of the material was particularly new to me, but the way that the professor explained concepts was much more clear than the way I had previously learned them.

Discussion was optional, twice a week, but I found it to be really helpful as my TA went through homework and labs in great detail. The homework is super easy and very short, never longer than 7 or so questions. Labs, to me, were completely pointless as I learned nothing about programming or statistics in doing them, but they weren't difficult (even with no R experience).

The first assessment had some pretty specific questions, but the study guide she gives covered everything you needed to know. The professor dropped 6 questions from the grade, which helped bump me up from a B+ to an A+ on the exam. Given the circumstances this quarter, the second assessment was made optional so I did not take it.

In a normal quarter, the lowest homework and quiz grades are dropped. This quarter, she dropped two homework assignments, two quizzes, and one lab.

(Spring Quarter 2020)
CIVIC 95B
Introduction to Community-Based Internships See Full Profile

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STATS 101B
Introduction to Data Analysis and Regression See Full Profile

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STATS 195
Community or Corporate Internships in Statistics See Full Profile

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STATS 199
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STATS 199
Directed Research in Statistics See Full Profile

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