covers good amount of material and exactly what is in the outline, presented with enough detail to follow. Good walk-through of the spreadsheets helps understanding, easy to follow along and practice.
Material was very well presented. Week 3 was challenging, but taking time to print out the slides, work through them rigorously proved very helpful. I found all sections very, very informative.
By Caio G M•
The last week was a quite bit confunsing.
The rest was pretty good!
Useful for business risk analysis and modeling complex problem.
By Sandeep C•
Great course and with lots of techniques for modeling in Excel
By Vishnu C V•
Good lecture. Enjoyed the tutorial on binomial distributions
By Zixiao Z•
this is a good course but it's not that informative
By Jiayue W•
4.5 stars actually. Good overview of modeling risk.
By Fereshteh A•
I was hoping for more complex modeling techniques.
By Mohammed A K•
Very Knowledgeable content and easy to understand.
By Emilio v D•
Week 3 was challenging, otherwise great program.
By SARANSH D•
It could be better explained by professors.
By RAJ K A•
Nice course. But's it's a bit too simple.
By Thu P•
Much detailed! Very easy to follow.
By Alejandro A•
Muy buen curso, excelente material
By Tarun S R•
Teacher are good in this season.
By Thiago H R M•
Good, but gives the very basics.
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By Carlo D R•
In few pills big contents!
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By Valentin Z•
There are good and bad things to say about this part of the "specialization". The good ones (in general thanks to Sergey) are that sometimes during this course you learn something new and useful. But not much... One can hardly say that you will get some sort of "specialization" through these 5 courses. It's highly inconsistent. I'm sorry to say that but it's not the Harvard level of education (at least I hope that the Harvard level is much higher). This part is still far from the wonderful introduction by Professor Waterman. And the 3rd week of this part is a total fiasco: we all know how to read, and mechanical reading from the screen by the teacher doesn't give anything for knowledge. I also didn't understand the part about 'time constrains' as a pretext to describe only normal and uniform distributions (we can read anywhere about these two probability distributions... but where is the value-added product of the teachers?). I would say that selecting the same (very long) range in Excel with a mouse cursor seven times in one lesson is total waste of time that could be spent more effectively. At last, the final quizes are sort of childish: the questions are written in in a very bad style (apparently to complicate understanding) but the real answers are mostly simple arithmetic...