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Class Ratings

4Good Class
4Easy
4Interesting
4Useful

Professor Rating

5Amazing Prof

Prof: N/a / Winter 2021

May 27, 2022

Comments on the course

Was in the first class and so some of the assignments were unpolished. Otherwise identical in style to dsci 100 and stat 201. Though the topics are much more interesting and deals with actually thinking about how to apply the correct model rather than just a simple automated statistical result. Also has a project.

Course: STAT 301Delivery: In person
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Class Ratings

4Good Class
3Avg. Difficulty
5Very Interesting
4Useful

Professor Rating

5Amazing Prof

Prof: N/a / Winter 2020

May 27, 2022

Comments on the course

Fun course, learn about the basics of assembly and how computers work at a very low level. You are expected to teach yourself how to work with C for the most part, not *too* hard after CPSC 210. This class taught me that systems were not for me, but I still enjoyed it. Making a brute force hack and learning to defend against it was fun. Favourite part was working with threads and parallel computing, was much harder than I expected and my lab parter practically did all the work. Very assignment heavy, start it early

Course: CPSC 213Delivery: OnlineGrade: AWorkload: Heavy
Assignment Heavy
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Class Ratings

3OK Class
4Easy
3Kinda Interesting
4Useful

Professor Rating

5Amazing Prof

Prof: N/a / Winter 2020

May 27, 2022

Comments on the course

Mostly a boring class, repeated essay writing skills from highschool. Though from some of the papers I peer-reviewed, students really need to take it. Whole focus of the course is to write a simple research paper, and it gets the job done. Perfect for anyone interested in going into research, or who expects to read a lot of research papers. Also goes into how trustworthy the peer-review process is, and how to critically evaluate it. Harsh grading, solid alternative to ENGL 110 if you dont want to read.

Course: SCIE 113Delivery: Online