LSE summer school: Applied Econometrics and Big Data (level 300)Watch
I would like to attend LSE summer school and attend Applied Econometrics and Big Data course.
It is level 300 and has the following prerequisites:
“Participants should have a knowledge of quantitative research methods or introductory statistics, up to linear regression analysis. We except participants to have completed an introductory economics course. In particular, the course will assume that participants have an understanding of statistical inference using t-tests and have prior experience of interpreting the results of multiple linear regression. We will review these topics briefly during the course.”
I am an undergraduate economics student at UCL.
Statistical methods in Economics is the only module I am doing in my first year and it is only in the term 1.
We cover linear regression but not statistical inference.
Would it be a hindrance to applying to this course if I don’t know statistical inference?