Very clear and articulate explanation of the concepts. He doesn't skip a step in the sequencing ideas, drawing comparisons and differences, and illustrating both visually and story-telling. Excellent.
for the beginer like me i have experience in banking of 8 years still for me this fundamentals are new specially quantitative modelling.Kindly provide banking related examples in here too.\n\nthanks
By Corentin R•
Maths level required is really low while in the mean time explaining technical aspect but not digging in. Explanation are sometimes not enough to understand what the calculation steps really are.
By Stefan M•
Course is helpful as a refresher to econ and business students who took some statistics in college. Someone who has never taken such courses will probably find this course much less helpful.
By Paolo X M M•
A good course, but I had to use a lot of outside resources to wrap my head around the math. This course requires substantially more mathematical knowledge to move forward than it suggests.
By Nitay P H•
the questions, even though the niveau is quite low but you don't really get any great insight and may be wrong if you didn't hear or read a word., Even though you've understood it.
By Rodrigo V•
More calculous should be applied to the course. Fundamentals of Quantitative Modeling is not only about the theory it should include more mathematical practice and analysis.
By Luis M M d S•
Useful Fundamentals, basic but helped to refresh college contents.
Could go deeper on the mathematical concepts and examples for better understanding.
By Dario R J d S•
It would be great to give student a list of exercises to practice before the quizzes. It will help understand the content (specially the calculations) better.
By Alejandro E S R•
More exercises after each concept, and more specifically non-similar to the example exercises might be very helpful in cementing the concept
By Shelby P•
High-level review of different methodologies of modelling, however, course lacks deeper-level approach to actually implementing methods
By Aditya A M•
The Explanation was a little too technical for me. Also I wasn't satisfied with the examples. Other than that, everything was solid.
By A D S F J•
Really helpful in understanding the different models but if you wish to learn a bit more depth of modelling go to the next course.
By Raghavendra P•
Introduction to various topics is good but I would want to see many more examples where they are applied in real world scenarios
By Guilherme R d O N•
It could've gone deeper into the topic. Although it's called Fundamentals of quantitative modeling it don't got to be to basic.
By Jaison M W R•
This Course is very good for beginners who have absolutely no knowledge of Modelling. For Professionals, it is not of much use.
By Loti K•
I was expecting the course to provide insight on how to use spread sheet and its respective formulae in mathematical modelling.
By Ali A•
Well put together, however, if you have had a reasonable high school math education, most of the content will be known to you.
By Chad F•
It would have been much more helpful to have practice opportunities besides the exam and exampled. I wanted to try it myself!
By Pratik M•
The instructor is good. Course material is very basic. However, it is not for someone having no knowledge of statistics.
As a guy from Machine Learning field, its models and concepts are so easy and simple for me, so it's lack of challenge.
By Yoann D•
More concrete exercises would have helped to anchor some principles. This was mostly a succession of videos and a quiz
By Nilesh K S•
This subject is totally numerical based, There should be more focus on numerical instead of theoretical knowledge.
By Zack Y•
I felt that there were insufficient examples to help us gain a better understanding of the concepts being taught
By Biryukov V•
Many of the fundamentals are not explained. For example in Week 4 it is not explained how to calculate R2 or r
By Prannoy K•
Assignments should be evaluated for all users (unpaid ones as well) like it is done for other Wharton courses.