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Pretty easy material and useful lectures. I took her during the quarantine quarter so I don't know if she normally uses slides, but literally everything you need to know for the homework and the tests is covered in them. Lectures can get kind of boring when she spends a really long time solving a pretty simple problem, but concise solutions were uploaded for every lecture example. The lecture slides and their solutions were very organized and helpful in solving the homework problems. Homework assignments were pretty easy and most of them only took a couple of hours. The tests are easy and exactly the same as the homework; last year's midterm and final questions were on some of the homework assignments this year. The mean of the midterm was 92.8% and the median was 95.2%; clearly not very hard. The material is pretty interesting too. I had no experience with statistics and never used any source of information other than her slides, only studied by spending a couple hours on homework each week and reading through her slides before the test to copy down the important formulas for my cheat sheet, and looked through the sample test and homework solutions before the test. I did just fine and would highly recommend this class.
the midterm was easy but the final was a bit brutal. Weekly homework is kind of tedious but very doable. Her slides are the best for exam preparation.
She also offers some extra credit questions during lectures which I think was very generous.
Attendance is important for the borderline curves (you need to answer OPT questions in each lecture). You need at least 85% (or 17/20 lectures) on OPT to be considered for the curve. Overall it's not a hard class for an average student :)