Way hard if you are not a science major! But the challenge is interesting. A quick advice : Refer to the slides if you find the accents too hard to understand.
Thank you for the great course!
Challenging at first for someone with a non-traditional academic background, but thoroughly enjoyable and worth completing, if nothing but for the personal satisfaction of getting through it!
by Yokesh S•
Many videos were hard to follow, mostly because of the language and accent of the instructor.
by Harshit A•
Content was good but the way of explaining was not up to the mark.
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by Gustavo P•
This course is quite good, I liked it a lot and learnt a lot from it.
by Anirudh S•
The number of questions should be increased in every section!
by Prasanna K S•
Really set of amazing series of lectures. Nicely explained.
by Sahil A•
It would be great if there were numerical problems
by Saphilous S•
French accent of the tutors is a bit troubling
by Мясников В А•
french accent of mercedes is not that good
by Ayan B•
The course is very informative indeed.
by Richard K•
Fast paced but informative.
by Natnael M•
It is a very nice cource.
by Samantha S•
i love the material
by Ogunnaike F E•
very easy to grasp
by TARIT G•
Very good approach
by Ali H•
by Jacqueline T•
Interesting material and good breadth. The difficulty level varies a lot between weeks - some weeks are very in depth while others seem like filler in comparison. There are a lot of equations introduced which require more knowledge of physics than I had expected from the course description and seem to be beyond the scope of an introductory course. Fortunately, following these equations is generally not necessary to understand the course objectives, but it does make following the lessons needlessly complex. Additionally, some of the quiz questions require memorization of specific numbers/values that are only tangentially related to the week's topic and don't help to further understanding of the subject matter.
by Christian T•
I prefere courses with more explanation in detail. For example calculations actually done in real time. Good example would be the University of Australias courses about cosmology on EdX. Back of the envelope calculations are done in detail.
Just videos of presentations are a bit boring. I rather read something.
I do not see the point of all the numbers and calculations in the presentations but the tests are just about the theory. I would rather have a course with less material but more depth or more general but easier to understand. The additional video about Feynman diagrams was my favorite. I would like more of that.
by Hamza I•
The course was very informative and finely detailed. I would say, however, that some parts or concepts were made a bit complicated and that they could have been easily explained/demonstrated.
by Samuel L J•
The course is good, although too general. It could use more challenging exercises and mathematics, more in line with a course in Particle Physics in a standard Physics curriculum.
by Egor A•
The course is about just sitting and listening for a person reading a textbook on a camera. The only interesting parts are vodeos from the actual labs.
by mrityunjoy s•
there is a translation issue in some videos especially the ones with others (except Martin and Mercedes) and also the explanations are a bit monologous
by Egemen B•
Unassuming about prior knowledge. Quizzes oriented to beginners, lectures to grad students. Confusing, but fun nonetheless.
by Wei-shun B•
Introductory course and little prerequisites. It is good in general but I still got lost in some lecture videos.