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My courses this semester have been Statistics, Calculus, Finance and Problem Solving.

Calculus I've all done before so I'm having now problem with, Finance is all down to common sense really, Problem Solving has all been coursework so has been fine. What I'm struggling with is Statistics.

I knew I'd buggered up when our first assignment rolled in last month and I got a majestic 9/30 in it.
Basically I've either had no motivation to go to my statistics lectures or when I do am bored to tears by our lecturer and the subject he's teaching.

I'm at the stage where I have less idea what I'm doing than a dog writing code.

I've just submitted my second assignment for review, and will probably bugger this one up too.

My final exam is exactly 7 weeks from now. My question is...

Given that I am only having 3 exams this semester as opposed to 4. Do you think I could learn/go over the entirety of this course over the next 7 weeks in order to achieve a passing grade?

Thanks.
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(Original post by CharlieTT)
My courses this semester have been Statistics, Calculus, Finance and Problem Solving.

Calculus I've all done before so I'm having now problem with, Finance is all down to common sense really, Problem Solving has all been coursework so has been fine. What I'm struggling with is Statistics.

I knew I'd buggered up when our first assignment rolled in last month and I got a majestic 9/30 in it.
Basically I've either had no motivation to go to my statistics lectures or when I do am bored to tears by our lecturer and the subject he's teaching.

I'm at the stage where I have less idea what I'm doing than a dog writing code.

I've just submitted my second assignment for review, and will probably bugger this one up too.

My final exam is exactly 7 weeks from now. My question is...

Given that I am only having 3 exams this semester as opposed to 4. Do you think I could learn/go over the entirety of this course over the next 7 weeks in order to achieve a passing grade?

Thanks.
I feel exactly the same when it comes to statistics.

It is definitely possible to learn it over the next 7 weeks to achieve a pass!
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