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Étienne Lalé

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Overall Rating: 3.0 / 5.0

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2020
Oct 25, 2020

Enseignant assez pédagogique, mais qui possède un vocabulaire très mathématique. Assurez-vous d'avoir toutes vos bases en méthodes quantitatives avant de prendre ce cours. Il s'exprime en langage économique avancé, utilise très souvent plusieurs termes complexes pour désigner des choses simples, et il accorde une importance à l'utilisation de sa démarche. Beaucoup d'exercices, ce qui aide à être préparé aux examens. Il n'y a pas de manuel scolaire, que des présentations PowerPoint, ce qui peut nuire à certaines personnes qui préfèrent le matériel didactique. Petit point vraiment agressant: il parle du PIB en l'appelant pibbe, comme si c'était un mot. Autrement, si on fait tous les exercices et qu'on pose les questions, passer le cours est relativement facile.