I recommend this course for someone who is interested in learning of basics of population genetics and evolutionary processes. Prof. Noor is a very good teacher and I like his explanation of concepts.
The course is really interesting! I love the way the professor demonstrate genetics theories by countless examples and evidence. And those questions about debates in genetics are thought-provoking!
by Eylül K•
A perfect beginning for evolution, helps a lot, thank you!
by KANAKALAKSHMI I•
Very nice course, it gives a immense knowlegde
by Colin R•
Very informative and well paced in its lessons
by Anjali S D o B•
Very nice course and interesting topics!
by Emome T•
Thank you sir for making genetics fun.
by Rocío C•
it was interesting, but very long!!
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by SHRUTI Y•
The content of the class is very nice. It gives a nice overview on genetics, and it was made accessible to many of us. Also, Mohamed Noor is very enthusiastic, and provides a lot of nice examples to illustrate the course. However, I think some parts of the class were a little bit dizorganized. For instance, I was sometimes confused by the vocabulary or the variable notations which are not always clear.
by Keri B•
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by Yusuf M A•
Boring and the quizzes are extremely hard.
by Dawn R•
You have to be a mathematician major to understand anything passed the second week. I dropped. This super fast talking guy seems to enjoy hearing himself talk. Maybe I am simple minded, but this course made me proud of that. His passion gets in the way of his ability to actually teach.
The only thing I learned is that if you have to retake his exams, the actual answers change meanings.
Also, according to his lessons, I am green colorblind. That is ridiculous. Emerald is my favorite gemstone.
Also, just because a woman is attractive according to him, doesn't mean that she is the only type of woman worthy of a husband. I think he talks before he thinks.
by Elizabeth J•
cannot purchase certificate after completing the full course
by Nur A A P•
Contents lack in-depth compared to assessment.