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|Reza||Adrien||05 May 2022||Quantitative Methods||Adrien is very capable and has been very helpful. I look forward to continue working with him|
|Jill||Ruwayda||05 May 2022||Quantitative Methods||Excellent. Ru is a fantastic teacher - she taught me in 8 days what it takes a college a year to teach - and it was fun|
|Jill||Ruwayda||04 May 2022||Quantitative Methods||I had a 7 day deadline to learn MLR and ANOVA and write it all up. Ru got me there. It was a fantastic journey and I even learned to love maths - a bit. She is thorough, puts her students first and laughs a lot. Her knowledge is pretty amazing too|
|Jill||Ruwayda||04 May 2022||Quantitative Methods||Ru goes the extra mile. she doesnt complain, she looks for solutions and is so supportive|
|Jill||Ruwayda||03 May 2022||Quantitative Methods||Ru responds immediatly, she is literally there for you. Her teaching is fun and from someone who hated maths thats lot. She puts her students first. She has a big smile too which got me through MLR and ANOVA when it was tough - and its not an easy subject. Thank you Ru|
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Why study Quantitative Methods?
Studying quantitative methods introduces you to a range of strategies and techniques that are used to study socio-economic and psychological numeric patterns. Typically, a course in quantitative methods would also consist of courses such as calculus, trigonometry, differential equations etc. Primarily it teaches you useful statistical data compilation techniques, and it is most often used for testing purposes in social sciences. E.g., Quantitative psychologists use statistical analysis to observe human behaviour.
Using quantitative methods is at the heart of research and would make your life extremely easy when you decide to conduct your own thesis or analysis. It doesn't necessarily have to be social sciences; there are many other fields such as finance and IT where quantitative methods' skillset can be indispensable. Employers in every testing facility, even at government testing laboratories, require experts who can analyse massive data sets of national scale through quantitative methods.
What university degrees is quantitative methods useful for?
Having a background in quantitative methods sets you up to study an extensive range of subjects that fall under social sciences. You could pursue a bachelor's in the main branches of social sciences that are psychology, sociology and even criminology. There are many universities that offer an undergraduate degree with such titles such as "Bachelor of Science in criminology with quantitative methods". You may go on to complete your master's in the field you choose and even go up to a PhD.
If you wish to choose a different path than what has been normally laid down, you can also get a bachelor's in geography with QM since geographers have to use statistical data during fieldwork.
You might be surprised to hear that you can also get a bachelor's in political sciences with quantitative data, as politicians and government agencies use data to measure voter behaviour. Similarly, some universities have also started offering a bachelor's in social policy.
How does Quantitative methods help in political sciences?
Quantitative System is fast becoming a rare skill set around the world, with students having limited knowledge of its capabilities. Studying political science along with QM can set you up for a very lucrative career path since politicians constantly need data analysis taken from public surveys. This, in turn, helps them make targeted decisions for the welfare of the community by announcing policies. The results of those policies are also observed through quantitative system to monitor the social impact that many changes in policies are having.
Political science specialists provide prominent leaders with data analysis on everything from election demographics to specific issues such as radicalism. Simply put, it is one of the most important cogwheels of good governance.
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We currently have over 13 Quantitative Methods Experts with academic and professional experience specialising in a wide range of topics from GCSEs to postgraduate support, and everything in between.
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You can choose from a wide range of specialisations whether you are preparing for an entrance exam, looking to advance your career or just to brush up on your analytical and writing skills. We are confident you will be able to find what you are looking for from over a hundred professional academics in our network.
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