Few courses are better

At the end of the semester, in order to see their grades, students at the Weizmann Institute must complete an online survey about each course they participated in. The survey asks questions about both the course and the teachers, and the results are then shown in a “previously, on ‘Topics in Holomorphy’ ”-styled section in the entry of each course in the Weizmann schedule page:

Can you identify the course in question?

The questions are all of the form “how adequate were the assignments?”, or “how was the selection of topics covered?”, and students answer on a scale from 1 (really bad) to 5 (excellent). This is all standard. But there’s one question that stands out from all the rest: “In comparison to other FGS courses, this course is…”

  1. The worst course
  2. Many course are better
  3. Average
  4. Few courses are better
  5. The best course

(The Feinberg Graduate School (FGS) is the organizational unit in charge of studies at Weizmann).

This is a nice question, in that it compares the course directly to others, instead of rating it on some absolute scale. A course that is “good” should still only merit a relatively low score, if it so happens that all the courses were good. And it may well be that all courses in Weizmann receive a sparkling 5 on “how adequate were the assignments?”, but even in that case we should still expect the grades of the “in comparison” question to be fairly spread out.

(Of course, any individual student answering the survey doesn’t have experience with all the FGS courses. We can assume that they gain more and more expertise as they go along, and rely on the fact that as a collective entity, the entire student body does take all the courses the Institute has to offer. In any case I won’t go into the details of how taking averages of agents who only have partial information affects the scores.)

One thing I thought I noticed while browsing the course listings is that courses tend to have a slightly-too-high score in the “in comparison” question. That is, I thought I noticed way more scores of over 3 and 4 than there should have been (despite the “average” in the above description, I think that a score of 3 should actually mean the median: it’s right between “many courses are better” and “few courses are better”, so about half the courses should be worse and about half the courses should be better).

I say that I “thought I noticed”, because unless I write these things down and systematically compare them, my subjective observations about frequencies are biased, cockeyed, and frankly, quite useless (but hey, so are yours! We’re both cherry-picking beings with a ruthless confirmation bias who always find what they believe in and ignore what they don’t want to see). So naturally, as is already second nature to veteran readers of this blog (if any), I wrote these things down and systematically compared them. And by that I mean a small python script which scrapes the schedule page and downloads all course information from the past 5 years.

Here are the results:

Barring the huge spike at the value 4, the distribution seems quite normal. As expected, the average score is not 3; it is 3.6. In fact, 86% (!) of the courses have a score greater than 3 (as opposed to the expected 50% assuming that 3 is the median). According to the collective FGS student body, most of the courses are better than most of the courses. Also, two courses are tied for being the best course with a perfect score of 5.

It’s interesting to compare this with the reported difficulty rating of the courses (1 = too easy, 5 = extremely difficult):

This is more centered, with an average of 3.23 (although this is ok, since it may well be that all courses are difficult, and the question does not ask about relative difficulty). Note the abnormal spike at “3”: I accredit it to the arbitrariness in having to choose a difficulty level on a 1 to 5 scale (and to the arbitrariness of life in general).

Interestingly, there is only a weak correlation between the difficulty of a course and how good it was:

If you’re the type who’s interested in data analysis / machine learning, it could be a fun exercise to see if the various questions the students are asked (how adequate were the assignments, etc.) are a good predictor of the final rating given in the “in comparison” question. The raw data will be given to those interested upon request (alas, wordpress does not allow uploading pickle files into its media library).

Finally, for our satisfaction, here is the list of all courses in the last five years that were given at least twice (so they have information regarding the previous years), sorted from best to worst. The relevant faculties appear first, then the year and name, then the score (click below to expand list).

(TEACH, 2012 Mathematics of Physics, 5.0)
(TEACH, 2013 Selected Topics in Molecular Biology, 5.0)
(TEACH, 2012 Classical Mechanics, 4.83)
(BIO,TEACH, 2015 Life Sciences module: Forensic Genetics, 4.79)
(TEACH, 2016 Chemistry module: Chemistry and Structure of Nucleic acids , 4.69)
(TEACH, 2013 Final Project in Physics Education, 4.67)
(TEACH, 2016 Chemistry module: Introduction to Medicinal Chemistry , 4.67)
(BIO,TEACH, 2016 Life Sciences module: Developing New Teaching and Learning Materials in Biology: Design and Development 2, 4.6)
(TEACH, 2012 Chemistry of Interfaces and soft matter, 4.56)
(TEACH, 2016 Physic Module: Mathematics of Physics, 4.56)
(TEACH, 2013 Introduction to Mathematics Education, 4.55)
(BIO, 2013 Soft Skills, 4.53)
(TEACH, 2015 Final Project in Biology Education, 4.5)
(TEACH, 2015 Chemistry Module: Proteins Structure and Function, 4.5)
(CHEM, 2015 Quantum Mechanics 1, 4.5)
(BIO, 2014 Soft Skills, 4.5)
(CHEM, 2015 Quantum Mechanics 1, 4.5)
(TEACH, 2017 Chemistry Module: Inquiry-Based Learning, 4.5)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2014 Non-Equilibrium Continuum Physics, 4.47)
(TEACH, 2016 Mathematics Module: Philosophy and History of  Mathematics, 4.45)
(TEACH, 2012 Biochemistry of Proteins, 4.45)
(CHEM, 2013 Quantum Mechanics 1, 4.43)
(MATH,TEACH, 2016 Mathematics Module: Mathematical Seminar - 1st Year Students, 4.43)
(TEACH, 2013 Introduction and Selected Issues in Physics Education 1, 4.42)
(BIO,TEACH, 2016 Life Sciences Module: Bioinformatics: Databases, Tools and Current Research, 4.4)
(TEACH, 2013 Cognition, Learning and Instruction (Advanced Course), 4.4)
(PHYS,CHEM,BIO, 2014 Cell Biology by the Numbers, 4.34)
(TEACH, 2015 Mathemtics module: Mathematics for All, 4.33)
(MATH,TEACH, 2016 Mathematics Module: Mathematical Seminar 1st Year Students, 4.33)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2009 Supersymmetry, 4.33)
(TEACH, 2015 Didactics of Mathematics, 4.33)
(MATH, 2017 Projects and Guided Reading in Mathematics and Computer Science 2017, 4.33)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2016 Elementary Particles 1 , 4.33)
(TEACH, 2017 Thesis Seminar, 4.33)
(TEACH, 2016 Chemistry Module: Introduction to Chemistry Education, 4.33)
(MATH,TEACH, 2016 Mathemtics module: Mathematical Seminar 2nd Year Students, 4.33)
(CHEM,BIO, 2015 Soft Skills, 4.33)
(TEACH, 2013 Didactics of Physics Teaching, 4.33)
(TEACH, 2016 Chemistry Module: Teaching Using Inquiry Approach 1, 4.33)
(TEACH, 2012 Chemistry and Biology nucleic acids, 4.31)
(PHYS, 2013 Quantum Mechanics 1, 4.3)
(CHEM,BIO, 2016 Guided Reading Course: Protein Structure and Function 2, 4.29)
(CHEM,BIO, 2017 New strategies for cloning and protein expression, 4.29)
(TEACH, 2012 Algebra- From Equations to Structures, 4.29)
(TEACH, 2015 Physics module: Mathematics of Physics, 4.29)
(TEACH, 2012 Analysis for High School Math Teachers, 4.29)
(CHEM, 2015 Guided Reading Course: Organic Chemistry and Self-assembly, 4.29)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2012 Non-Equilibrium Continuum Physics, 4.27)
(TEACH, 2013 Quantum Mechanics of Photons, Atoms and Molecules, 4.27)
(BIO, 2016 Cell Biology by the Numbers, 4.27)
(BIO,MATH, 2015 Introduction to Algorithmic Game Theory, 4.25)
(TEACH, 2017 Physics Module: Mathematics of Physics, 4.25)
(TEACH, 2013 Teaching Using Inquiry Approach, 4.25)
(MATH, 2012 Graduate Algebra, 4.25)
(TEACH, 2012 Solid State 1, 4.25)
(BIO,TEACH, 2016 Life Sciences module: Experiencing Contemporary Research in The Life Sciences, 4.25)
(BIO,TEACH, 2017 Life Sciences module: Experiencing Contemporary Research in The Life Sciences, 4.25)
(MATH, 2016 Algebra Through Examples, 4.22)
(BIO, 2016 Brain Immunity in Health, Neurodegenerative Diseases, and Mental Dysfunction, 4.22)
(TEACH, 2014 Introduction to Mathematics Education, 4.22)
(TEACH, 2016 Chemistry Module: Teaching Using Inquiry Approach 2, 4.2)
(BIO, 2017 Embryonic and Pluripotent Stem Cells: Differentiation and Reprogramming, 4.2)
(BIO,TEACH, 2016 Life Sciences module: New Teaching and Learning Materials in Biology 1, 4.2)
(TEACH, 2014 Mathematics of Physics, 4.2)
(MATH,TEACH, 2015 Mathematics module: Mathematical Seminar 2nd Year Students, 4.2)
(TEACH, 2017 Mathematics Module: Introduction to Mathematics Education, 4.2)
(TEACH, 2016 Mathematics Module: Research on Instruction of Algebra, 4.2)
(MATH, 2017 Basic Topics 1, 4.19)
(BIO, 2016 Clinical Cases in Immunology, 4.19)
(MATH, 2017 Basic Topics 2, 4.19)
(TEACH, 2016 Physics module: Classical Mechanics, 4.18)
(MATH, 2016 Basic Topics 1, 4.18)
(TEACH, 2015 Chemistry Module: Chemistry of Interfaces and soft matter, 4.17)
(MATH, 2013 Practical Cryptography, 4.17)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2013 Solid State 2, 4.17)
(TEACH, 2016 Introduction to the Methodology of Science Education Research, 4.17)
(CHEM, 2014 Quantum Mechanics 1, 4.17)
(CHEM, 2015 Scientific Communication, 4.17)
(BIO, 2015 Analysis of Chromatin, 4.14)
(TEACH, 2013 Final Project in Mathematics Education, 4.14)
(CHEM, 2015 Bioorganic Chemistry, 4.14)
(CHEM,BIO, 2016 Soft Skills, 4.14)
(TEACH, 2015 Mathematics Module: Statistics and Probability, 4.14)
(TEACH, 2015 Chemistry module: Introduction to Chemistry Education, 4.14)
(TEACH, 2012 Philosophy and History of  Mathematics, 4.13)
(MATH,TEACH, 2017 Mathematics Module: Mathematical Seminar 2nd Year Students, 4.13)
(CHEM, 2017 Quantum Mechanics 1, 4.13)
(CHEM, 2017 Guided Reading Course: Topics in Planetary Physics 3, 4.13)
(BIO,MATH, 2015 Introduction to statistical inference and learning , 4.13)
(TEACH, 2013 Learning Environments, 4.12)
(PHYS, 2013 Particle Physics 1, 4.11)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2012 Quantum field theory 1, 4.1)
(BIO, 2011 Monoclonal Antibody production, 4.1)
(PHYS, 2012 Quantum field theory 1, 4.1)
(TEACH, 2015 Mathematics Module: Research in teaching and learning Geometry, 4.1)
(BIO, 2015 New strategies for cloning and protein expression, 4.1)
(BIO,TEACH, 2016 Life Sciences Module: Conservation Ecology, 4.1)
(BIO, 2013 Scientific Writing - Life Sciences, 4.09)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2015 Soft Condensed Matter Physics (Statistical Physics 2), 4.09)
(MATH, 2015 Projects and Guided Reading in Mathematics and Computer Science 2017, 4.08)
(MATH,TEACH, 2013 Mathematical Seminar 2nd Year Students, 4.08)
(PHYS,CHEM,BIO, 2015 Statistical Physics 1, 4.06)
(BIO,MATH, 2014 Topics in Machine Learning, 4.05)
(TEACH, 2013 Philosophy and History of Education, 4.05)
(BIO, 2012 Clinical Cases in Immunology, 4.05)
(BIO,MATH, 2014 Topics in Machine Learning, 4.05)
(BIO, 2017 Practical Image Analysis for Biology, 4.04)
(TEACH, 2013 Research in teaching and learning Geometry, 4.04)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2017 Quantum Mechanics 1, 4.03)
(CHEM, 2013 Nanochemistry: Supramolecular chemistry and Nanoparticles, 4.0)
(TEACH, 2013 Didactics of Computer Science, 4.0)
(TEACH, 2013 Practicum, 4.0)
(MATH, 2016 Graduate Algebra, 4.0)
(MATH, 2017 Topics in Metric Geometry 2, 4.0)
(CHEM,BIO, 2016 Statistical Principles in the Analysis of Research Data, 4.0)
(MATH, 2011 Foundations of Cryptography: supervised reading 1, 4.0)
(TEACH, 2012 Learning Assessment, 4.0)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2016 Fundamentals of Astrophysics, 4.0)
(BIO, 2015 Methods in Neuroscience, 4.0)
(MATH,TEACH, 2015 Mathematics module: Mathematical Seminar - 1st Year Students, 4.0)
(CHEM, 2013 Guided Reading course: in Nanomaterials, 4.0)
(CHEM,BIO, 2015 Guided Reading Course: Protein Structure and Function 2, 4.0)
(CHEM,BIO, 2017 Practical Aspects of Innovative Pharma and Biotech Business, 4.0)
(TEACH, 2013 Journal Club in Science Teaching, 4.0)
(BIO,TEACH, 2017 Life Sciences Module: Developing New Teaching and Learning Materials in Biology 2, 4.0)
(MATH, 2016 Representations of Finite and Compact Groups, 4.0)
(TEACH, 2015 Practicum, 4.0)
(CHEM,BIO, 2016 Introduction to Advanced Techniques in Electron Microscopy and Sample Preparation for Life Science, 4.0)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2017 Quantum Field Theory II , 4.0)
(BIO,TEACH, 2017 Life Sciences Module: Developing New Teaching and Learning Materials in Biology 1, 4.0)
(TEACH, 2015 Didactics of Earth Sciences, 4.0)
(BIO,TEACH, 2016 Life Sciences Module: Biochemistry of Proteins, 4.0)
(BIO, 2015 Advanced Light Microscopy, 4.0)
(BIO,TEACH, 2017 Life Sciences Module: Developing New Teaching and Learning Materials in Biology 3, 4.0)
(BIO, 2014 Methods in Neuroscience, 4.0)
(TEACH, 2015 Thesis Seminar, 4.0)
(TEACH, 2013 Geometry, 4.0)
(BIO, 2013 Real-time PCR - a lab course, 4.0)
(TEACH, 2015 Didactics of Chemistry, 4.0)
(CHEM, 2013 Guided Reading course: in Nanomaterials, 4.0)
(CHEM, 2012 NMR Primer for Chemists and Biologists, 4.0)
(BIO, 2017 Soft Skills, 4.0)
(CHEM, 2016 A theoretical and practical introduction to scanning probe microscopy (SPM), 4.0)
(CHEM, 2016 Chemical Kinetics and Dynamics, 4.0)
(BIO,TEACH, 2017 Life Sciences Module: Introduction to Biology Instruction, 4.0)
(MATH, 2011 Analysis on Manifolds, Local and Global -Preliminary Program, 4.0)
(BIO,TEACH, 2015 Life Sciences module: Selected Topics in Molecular Biology, 4.0)
(CHEM, 2016 Organometallic Chemistry, 4.0)
(TEACH, 2013 Journal Club in Science Teaching, 4.0)
(BIO, 2017 Adapting CRISPR-Cas9-derived tools for site-specific genome engineering, 4.0)
(MATH, 2017 Topics in Group theory 2, 4.0)
(CHEM,BIO, 2016 NMR Primer, 4.0)
(TEACH, 2016 Mathematics Module: Algebra- From Equations to Structures, 4.0)
(TEACH, 2015 Quantitative Methods in Educational Research, 4.0)
(CHEM, 2017 Scientific Communication, 4.0)
(TEACH, 2015 Mathematics module: Introduction to Mathematics Education, 4.0)
(BIO,TEACH, 2016 Life Sciences Module: Basic Techniques in Cell Biology, 4.0)
(BIO, 2014 Systems Neuroscience Reading Seminar, 4.0)
(TEACH, 2013 Journal Club in Science Teaching, 4.0)
(BIO, 2014 Real-time PCR - a lab course, 4.0)
(BIO,MATH, 2015 Distributed Network Algorithms, 4.0)
(MATH, 2011 Introduction to Lie algebras, 4.0)
(TEACH, 2016 Introduction to Mathematics Education, 4.0)
(BIO, 2015 Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry for Analysis of Biomolecules, 4.0)
(CHEM, 2013 Density Functional Theory, 4.0)
(TEACH, 2013 Practicum, 4.0)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2017 Free Space and Guided Wave Optics, 4.0)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2016 Quantum Field Theory II (Nonperturbative Methods), 4.0)
(TEACH, 2012 Research, Theory and Practice in Teaching and Learning Algebra, 4.0)
(MATH, 2016 Sublinear time and space algorithms, 4.0)
(CHEM, 2016 Guided Reading Course: Topics in Planetary Physics 2, 4.0)
(PHYS,CHEM,BIO, 2015 Cell Biology by the Numbers, 3.96)
(BIO, 2014 New strategies for cloning and protein expression, 3.95)
(BIO,MATH, 2016 Topics in Machine Learning, 3.93)
(CHEM, 2013 Scientific Communication, 3.93)
(CHEM, 2013 Scientific Communication, 3.93)
(BIO,TEACH, 2015 Life Sciences module: Developmental Biology, 3.92)
(TEACH, 2015 Chemistry Module: Nanochemistry, 3.92)
(BIO,MATH, 2014 Basic Topics 1, 3.91)
(TEACH, 2015 Physic Module: Quantum Mechanics, 3.91)
(CHEM, 2014 Guided Reading Course: Global Warming Debates, 3.91)
(CHEM,MATH, 2014 Basic Topics 1, 3.91)
(CHEM, 2013 Mathematical methods 2, 3.9)
(PHYS,BIO, 2011 Systems Biology, 3.9)
(BIO, 2014 Pioneering works in immunology, 3.9)
(BIO,TEACH, 2016 Life Sciences module: Cognitive Neuroscience, 3.9)
(BIO, 2014 Pioneering works in immunology, 3.9)
(BIO, 2016 Scientific Writing - Life Sciences (PhD Students), 3.89)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2016 Quantum field theory 1, 3.89)
(TEACH, 2015 Physic Module: Introduction and Selected Issues in Physics Education 2, 3.89)
(CHEM,BIO, 2014 Protein Structure and Function 1, 3.89)
(CHEM, 2015 Statistical Thermodynamics, 3.89)
(BIO, 2016 New strategies for cloning and protein expression, 3.89)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2016 Experimental Astrophysics , 3.89)
(BIO,TEACH, 2015 Life Sciences module: Developing New Teaching and Learning Materials in Biology 3, 3.88)
(TEACH, 2015 Physic Module: Nuclear and Particle Physics, 3.88)
(TEACH, 2013 Introduction to Medicinal Chemistry, 3.88)
(BIO, 2016 Raising and killing the messengers: The post-transcriptional fate of mRNAs and other long RNAs, 3.88)
(CHEM, 2012 Introduction to Medicinal Chemistry, 3.88)
(BIO,MATH, 2012 Cell Biology of Lipids, 3.87)
(CHEM, 2017 Nucleic acids Structure and Function, 3.87)
(BIO,MATH, 2012 Intro to Neuroscience: Behavioral Neuroscience, 3.87)
(CHEM,BIO, 2015 Protein Structure and Function 1, 3.86)
(CHEM, 2013 Guided Reading Course: Organic Chemistry and Self-assembly, 3.86)
(TEACH, 2013 Introduction to the Methodology of Science Education Research, 3.86)
(CHEM, 2013 Guided Reading Course: Organic Chemistry and Self-assembly, 3.86)
(BIO, 2016 Mathematics for Biologists, 3.86)
(TEACH, 2013 Bioinformatics: Databases, Tools and Current Research, 3.86)
(BIO, 2013 Scientific Writing - Life Sciences, 3.86)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2013 Non Linear and Ultra Fast Optics, 3.86)
(TEACH, 2013 Bioinformatics: Databases, Tools and Current Research, 3.86)
(TEACH, 2016 Thesis Seminar, 3.86)
(BIO, 2013 New strategies for cloning and protein expression, 3.85)
(BIO, 2015 The RNA world, 3.85)
(CHEM, 2017 Topics in Physical Chemistry and Biophysics , 3.85)
(BIO, 2016 Analysis and sorting by Flow and Image Cytometry, 3.85)
(CHEM, 2015 Coordination Chemistry, 3.83)
(BIO, 2016 Motor control: from computations to neurobiology, 3.83)
(CHEM, 2012 Organic Reactions and Strategies in the Total Synthesis of Natural Products, 3.83)
(PHYS, 2013 Astrophysics 1, 3.83)
(BIO, 2013 Advanced Seminar in Regulatory Genomics, 3.83)
(PHYS, 2015 Experimental Astrophysics (Astro 2), 3.83)
(MATH, 2014 Algorithms, 3.83)
(BIO, 2017 Real-time PCR - a lab course, 3.83)
(BIO, 2015 High throughput screening: applied methodologies in drug screening, 3.83)
(BIO, 2017 Neuroanatomy, 3.83)
(BIO,MATH, 2015 Advanced Topics in Computer Vision, 3.83)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2013 Astrophysics 1, 3.83)
(BIO,TEACH, 2015 Life Sciences module: Introduction to Teaching Biology, 3.83)
(BIO, 2014 Scientific Writing - Life Sciences, 3.82)
(BIO, 2014 Scientific Writing - Life Sciences, 3.82)
(BIO, 2017 Mathematics for Biologists, 3.82)
(BIO, 2014 Scientific Writing - Life Sciences, 3.82)
(CHEM, 2016 Guided Reading Course: Supramolecular Chemistry and Self-assembly, 3.82)
(CHEM,BIO, 2017 Protein Structure and Function 1, 3.81)
(CHEM,BIO, 2014 Introduction to Medicinal Chemistry, 3.81)
(TEACH, 2016 Learning Assessment, 3.8)
(BIO, 2015 Systems Neuroscience Reading Seminar, 3.8)
(BIO,TEACH, 2016 Life Sciences Module: Microbiology, 3.8)
(BIO,TEACH, 2016 Life Sciences module: Selected Topics in Molecular Biology, 3.8)
(BIO, 2017 Seminar in mRNA trafficking and localization in development and disease, 3.8)
(BIO, 2016 Analysis and sorting by Flow and Image Cytometry, 3.8)
(PHYS,CHEM,BIO, 2016 Differential Equations for Chemists, 3.8)
(MATH, 2015 Student led reading of introduction to computational complexity, 3.79)
(BIO,MATH, 2014 Introduction to Computer Vision, 3.79)
(MATH, 2016 Coping With NP-Hardness, 3.78)
(TEACH, 2015 Physics Module: Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics, 3.78)
(BIO, 2016 Protein purification, crystallisation and structural analysis, 3.78)
(TEACH, 2012 Mathematics-Classroom Discourse Analysis, 3.76)
(CHEM, 2016 Nucleic acids Structure and Function, 3.76)
(CHEM, 2016 Coordination Chemistry, 3.76)
(TEACH, 2013 Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics, 3.75)
(CHEM,BIO, 2015 NMR Primer, 3.75)
(TEACH, 2014 Introduction to Chemistry Education, 3.75)
(BIO, 2013 Neurophenomenology: Neuroscience from a 1st Person Perspective - a Meditative Self-Inquiry Lab, 3.75)
(PHYS, 2015 Elementary Particles 1 , 3.75)
(MATH, 2017 Schemes in algebraic geometry, 3.75)
(CHEM, 2013 Topics in Data Acquisition and Analysis, 3.75)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2015 Non Linear and Ultra Fast Optics, 3.75)
(MATH, 2013 Fault Tolerant Distributed Computing, 3.75)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2015 Elementary Particles 1 , 3.75)
(TEACH, 2016 Chemistry module: Chemistry of Substances, 3.75)
(CHEM,BIO, 2014 NMR of Proteins, 3.75)
(CHEM, 2015 Topics in Data Acquisition and Analysis, 3.75)
(BIO, 2017 Scientific Writing - Life Sciences (MSc Students), 3.73)
(MATH, 2017 Foundations of Cryptography 2            , 3.73)
(MATH, 2013 Distributed Network Algorithms, 3.73)
(BIO, 2013 Introduction to Statistics for Life Sciences		, 3.72)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2016 Quantum Mechanics 1, 3.71)
(BIO, 2015 Practical Image Analysis for Biology, 3.71)
(BIO,TEACH, 2013 Experiencing Contemporary Research in The Life Sciences, 3.71)
(TEACH, 2012 Primer Materials for Science Teaching, 3.71)
(BIO, 2016 Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry for Analysis of Biomolecules, 3.71)
(BIO,TEACH, 2013 Experiencing Contemporary Research in The Life Sciences, 3.71)
(BIO, 2012 Contemporary Neuroimmunology and Psycho-Neuroimmunology, 3.71)
(MATH, 2016 Algorithmic Mechanism Design, 3.71)
(CHEM,BIO, 2017 Protein purification, crystallisation and structural analysis, 3.71)
(CHEM, 2016 Quantum Molecular Dynamics: An Introduction to Molecular Physics, 3.71)
(MATH, 2014 Introduction to Algorithmic Game Theory, 3.7)
(CHEM, 2016 Chemistry of Elements, 3.7)
(CHEM,BIO, 2016 The RNA world, 3.69)
(CHEM,BIO, 2017 Guided Reading Course: Protein Structure and Function 2, 3.69)
(BIO, 2013 Psychopathology, 3.68)
(CHEM,BIO, 2016 Protein Structure and Function 1, 3.68)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2017 Statistical Physics 1, 3.68)
(CHEM, 2015 Chemistry Colloquium, 3.67)
(BIO,TEACH, 2017 Life Sciences Module: Bioinformatics: Databases, Tools and Current Research, 3.67)
(CHEM, 2017 Guided Reading Course in Nanomaterials, 3.67)
(BIO, 2016 Neuroanatomy, 3.67)
(BIO,TEACH, 2017 Life Sciences Module: Selected topics in molecular biology , 3.67)
(TEACH, 2015 Science Teaching Seminar, 3.67)
(TEACH, 2007 Discourse Analysis, 3.67)
(PHYS, 2017 Experimental Projects, 3.67)
(TEACH, 2016 General Module: History and Philosophy of Science in Science Teaching, 3.67)
(BIO,MATH, 2013 Introduction to Computer  Vision, 3.67)
(BIO, 2016 High throughput screening: applied methodologies in drug screening, 3.67)
(PHYS,CHEM,BIO, 2015 Non Equilibrium, Information and Control in Biology , 3.67)
(TEACH, 2013 Topics in Astrophysics, 3.67)
(MATH, 2011 Foundations of Cryptography: supervised reading 2, 3.67)
(BIO, 2012 Developmental Genetics, 3.66)
(PHYS, 2015 Quantum field theory 1, 3.65)
(BIO, 2014 An Introduction to Deep-Sequencing Data Analysis, 3.65)
(CHEM,BIO, 2016 Practical Image Analysis for Biology, 3.65)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2012 Introduction to Molecular Spectroscopy and Dynamics, 3.64)
(CHEM, 2016 Guided Reading Course in Nanomaterials, 3.64)
(BIO, 2013 Mucosal Immunology, 3.64)
(CHEM,BIO, 2016 Practical Aspects of Innovative Pharma and Biotech Business, 3.64)
(BIO, 2013 Animal Models in Behavioral Neuroscience-Selected Issues, 3.64)
(TEACH, 2015 Mathemtics module: Topics in Applied Mathematics, 3.64)
(BIO, 2015 Tumor immunology, 3.64)
(BIO, 2017 An Introduction to Deep-Sequencing Data Analysis, 3.63)
(TEACH, 2015 Learning Environments, 3.63)
(BIO, 2016 Real-time PCR - a lab course, 3.63)
(TEACH, 2015 Introduction to the Methodology of Science Education Research, 3.63)
(BIO, 2015 Real-time PCR - a lab course, 3.63)
(TEACH, 2016 Practicum, 3.63)
(BIO, 2013 Basic Techniques in Protein Biochemistry, 3.63)
(BIO, 2014 Analysis of Chromatin, 3.63)
(PHYS, 2014 Experimental Projects, 3.62)
(BIO, 2017 The RNA world, 3.62)
(CHEM,BIO, 2015 MRI: Physical principles and applications, 3.6)
(PHYS, 2013 Experimental Projects, 3.6)
(MATH, 2012 Coping With NP-Hardness, 3.6)
(TEACH, 2012 Introduction to Science Education, 3.6)
(CHEM,BIO, 2014 Philosophy of Science, 3.6)
(TEACH, 2012 Introduction to Chemistry Education, 3.6)
(MATH,TEACH, 2014 Mathematical Seminar - 1st Year Students, 3.6)
(BIO,TEACH, 2015 Life Sciences module: Essential Cell Biology: Cytoskeleton, Cell Adhesion, Cell Movements, 3.6)
(MATH, 2012 Coping With NP-Hardness, 3.6)
(TEACH, 2014 Introduction to the Methodology of Science Education Research, 3.6)
(BIO,TEACH, 2016 Life Sciences Module: Seminar in Biology Teaching, 3.6)
(BIO, 2015 An Introduction to Deep-Sequencing Data Analysis, 3.59)
(TEACH, 2013 Philosophy and History of Science, 3.59)
(BIO, 2013 Embryonic and Pluripotent Stem Cells: Differentiation and Reprogramming, 3.58)
(TEACH, 2013 Spectroscopy, 3.58)
(TEACH, 2015 Mathematics Module: Geometry, 3.58)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2017 Solid State 2, 3.58)
(PHYS,CHEM,BIO,MATH,TEACH, 2016 Responsible Conduct of Research, 3.57)
(BIO, 2017 Analysis and sorting by Flow and Image Cytometry, 3.57)
(TEACH, 2015 Chemistry Module: Issues in Chemistry Education, 3.57)
(MATH, 2013 Representations and Characters of Finite groups, 3.57)
(CHEM, 2016 Environmental Geochemistry, 3.57)
(TEACH, 2014 Introduction and Selected Issues in Physics Education 2, 3.57)
(BIO, 2015 Analysis and sorting by Flow and Image Cytometry, 3.56)
(CHEM, 2016 Research Presentations, 3.56)
(BIO, 2017 Analysis and sorting by Flow and Image Cytometry, 3.56)
(BIO, 2016 Advanced Light Microscopy, 3.56)
(BIO, 2015 Analysis and sorting by Flow and Image Cytometry, 3.56)
(BIO, 2015 Statistical Principles in the Analysis of Research Data, 3.55)
(BIO, 2016 Seminar in mRNA trafficking and localization in development and disease, 3.55)
(BIO, 2016 Developmental Genetics, 3.55)
(BIO, 2014 Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry for Analysis of Biomolecules, 3.54)
(TEACH, 2012 Cognition, Learning, and Instruction, 3.54)
(MATH, 2013 Algebra Through Examples, 3.54)
(TEACH, 2016 Mathematics Module: Analysis for High School Math Teachers, 3.54)
(BIO, 2014 Introduction to Matlab and Data Analysis, 3.53)
(CHEM,BIO, 2015 Introduction to Neuroscience: Systems Neuroscience, 3.53)
(MATH, 2017 Topics in Machine Learning, 3.53)
(BIO, 2016 Introduction to Neuroscience: Behavioral Neuroscience, 3.52)
(BIO, 2014 Scientific Writing - Life Sciences, 3.52)
(BIO, 2013 Analysis and sorting by Flow and Image Cytometry, 3.52)
(BIO, 2012 Behavior at the Molecular Level: from Bacteria to Humans, 3.52)
(CHEM,MATH, 2013 Basic Topics 1, 3.52)
(CHEM, 2016 Biological Materials Mechanics - Introductory Concepts, 3.52)
(CHEM,BIO, 2015 Biology of Cell Death, 3.51)
(BIO,TEACH, 2015 Life Sciences Module: Introduction to Medicinal Chemistry, 3.5)
(BIO, 2016 Scientific Writing - Life Sciences (MSc Students), 3.5)
(BIO, 2012 Highlights in Immunology 2014, 3.5)
(TEACH, 2013 Nuclear and Particle Physics, 3.5)
(CHEM, 2014 Chemistry and Biology of nucleic acids, 3.5)
(BIO, 2017 Systems Neuroscience Reading Seminar, 3.5)
(TEACH, 2015 Chemistry module: Journal Club in Science Teaching, 3.5)
(TEACH, 2016 Cognition, Learning, and Instruction for Prospective Teachers, 3.5)
(TEACH, 2015 Bioinformatics: Databases, Tools and Current Research, 3.5)
(CHEM,BIO, 2013 Protein Structure and Function 1, 3.5)
(MATH, 2016 Generalized Functions, 3.5)
(MATH, 2017 Algebra Through Examples, 3.5)
(TEACH, 2016 Cognition, Learning, and Instruction, 3.5)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2017 Student Seminar in High Energy Physics, part 4, 3.5)
(BIO, 2017 Advanced Seminar in Regulatory Genomics, 3.5)
(CHEM,BIO, 2014 Introduction to Macromolecular Crystallography, 3.5)
(TEACH, 2015 Didactics of Biology, 3.5)
(PHYS, 2015 Quantum Field Theory II (Nonperturbative Methods), 3.5)
(MATH, 2015 Fault Tolerant Distributed Computing, 3.5)
(MATH, 2016 Computational Geometry, 3.5)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2015 Fluid Mechanics, 3.5)
(TEACH, 2015 Chemistry module: Introduction to Medicinal Chemistry, 3.5)
(TEACH, 2016 Physics Module: Introduction to Modern Optics, 3.5)
(MATH, 2015 Randomized Algorithms, 3.5)
(TEACH, 2012 Selected Topics in Contemporary Ecology, 3.5)
(BIO, 2014 Neurophenomenology: Neuroscience from a 1st Person Perspective - a Meditative Self-Inquiry Lab, 3.5)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2016 From Biomolecules to Biosystems, 3.5)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2017 Student Seminar in High Energy Physics, part 1, 3.5)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2013 Physics of Soft and Biological Matter (Stat Mech II), 3.5)
(BIO, 2014 Analysis and sorting by Flow and Image Cytometry, 3.48)
(CHEM, 2011 Molecular Photonics and Basics of Solar Energy Conversion, 3.48)
(BIO, 2016 Frontiers in Systems Biology, 3.48)
(BIO, 2013 Advanced Light Microscopy, 3.48)
(BIO, 2015 Scientific Writing - Life Sciences, 3.47)
(TEACH, 2016 Physics Module: Advanced Electromagnetism, 3.47)
(BIO, 2015 Scientific Writing - Life Sciences, 3.47)
(BIO, 2016 State of the art techniques in immunology, 3.47)
(TEACH, 2010 Basic Techniques in Cell Biology, 3.47)
(BIO, 2013 Tumor immunology, 3.46)
(BIO, 2015 An Overview of Molecular Biology- Adapted for young in biology, 3.46)
(CHEM,BIO, 2013 Philosophy of Science, 3.45)
(MATH, 2017 Introduction to Computer Vision, 3.45)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2016 General relativity, 3.44)
(CHEM, 2014 Chemistry of Elements, 3.44)
(TEACH, 2016 Mathematics Module:  Mathematics around us., 3.44)
(BIO, 2013 Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry for Analysis of Biomolecules, 3.44)
(BIO, 2016 Embryonic and Pluripotent Stem Cells: Differentiation and Reprogramming, 3.44)
(BIO, 2016 An Introduction to Deep-Sequencing Data Analysis, 3.43)
(CHEM, 2014 The Carbon Cycle, 3.43)
(TEACH, 2016 Introduction to Science Education, 3.43)
(BIO, 2015 Introduction to Statistics for Life Sciences		, 3.43)
(MATH, 2017 ) Seminar, 3.43)
(BIO, 2013 Regulatory Genomics, 3.43)
(BIO, 2013 Introduction to Neuroscience: Molecular Neuroscience - Genes to Behavior, 3.41)
(PHYS, 2014 Quantum Mechanics 1, 3.41)
(BIO, 2013 Introduction to Neuroscience: Systems Neuroscience, 3.41)
(BIO, 2013 fMRI Methods, 3.4)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2014 Free Space and Guided Wave Optics, 3.4)
(TEACH, 2016 Physics Module: Introduction and Selected Issues in Physics Education 1, 3.4)
(MATH, 2011 Applied Harmonic Analysis, 3.4)
(CHEM, 2015 Guided reading course: Advanced topics in atmospheric turbulence, 3.4)
(CHEM, 2012 Environmental Geochemistry, 3.4)
(TEACH, 2016 Chemistry Module: Research Laboratory Workshop, 3.4)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2014 Free Space and Guided Wave Optics, 3.4)
(TEACH, 2014 Teaching Using Inquiry Approach, 3.4)
(CHEM, 2016 Topics in Physical Chemistry and Biophysics , 3.4)
(BIO, 2016 An Overview of Molecular Biology- Adapted for young in biology, 3.4)
(CHEM, 2015 Computational Molecular Biophysics, 3.38)
(CHEM,BIO, 2011 NMR of Proteins, 3.38)
(BIO, 2015 Embryonic and Pluripotent Stem Cells: Differentiation and Reprogramming, 3.38)
(MATH, 2015 Algebra Through Examples, 3.38)
(TEACH, 2017 General module: Assessment Methods in Science and Mathematics Education, 3.38)
(PHYS, 2013 Quantum Mechanics 2, 3.36)
(CHEM, 2013 Primer of materials Science, 3.36)
(BIO, 2016 Neuroanatomy Laboratory, 3.35)
(CHEM,BIO, 2016 Introduction to Matlab and Data Analysis, 3.35)
(CHEM,BIO, 2017 Principles and practice of large scale data analysis using R, 3.35)
(CHEM, 2012 Industrial Organic Chemistry, 3.33)
(BIO, 2016 Methods in Neuroscience, 3.33)
(BIO, 2015 Introduction to Neuroscience: Molecular Neuroscience - Genes to Behavior, 3.33)
(BIO, 2013 Analysis of Chromatin, 3.33)
(MATH, 2012 Computational Geometry, 3.33)
(BIO, 2015 Neuroanatomy, 3.33)
(MATH, 2015 Introduction to Computer Vision, 3.33)
(CHEM, 2014 Chemistry Colloquium, 3.33)
(TEACH, 2015 Chemistry Module: Spectroscopy, 3.33)
(CHEM, 2014 Scientific Writing, 3.33)
(MATH, 2016 ) Seminar, 3.33)
(TEACH, 2013 Assessment Methods in Science and Mathematics Education, 3.31)
(PHYS,BIO, 2014 Statistical Physics 1, 3.3)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2017 Differential Equations for Chemists, 3.3)
(TEACH, 2012 Introduction to Modern Optics, 3.29)
(TEACH, 2017 Introduction to Science Education, 3.29)
(CHEM,BIO, 2013 An Overview of Molecular Biology, 3.29)
(BIO,MATH, 2015 Introduction to Statistical Learning Theory, 3.28)
(PHYS,CHEM,BIO,MATH,TEACH, 2017 Responsible Conduct of Research, 3.28)
(CHEM,BIO, 2017 Introduction to Matlab and Data Analysis, 3.28)
(BIO,MATH, 2016 Introduction to Computer Vision, 3.27)
(BIO, 2013 Course on Laboratory Animals at the Weizmann Institute of Science, 3.27)
(BIO, 2013 Mathematics for Biologists, 3.27)
(BIO, 2017 Laboratory Animals at the Weizmann Institute of Science, 3.27)
(BIO, 2014 Analysis and sorting by Flow and Image Cytometry, 3.27)
(TEACH, 2015 Cognition, Learning, and Instruction, 3.27)
(BIO, 2012 Introduction to Neuroscience: Cellular and Synaptic Physiology, 3.27)
(BIO, 2014 An Overview of Molecular Biology- Adapted for young in biology, 3.27)
(CHEM,BIO, 2015 Core Immunology - Cells and Molecules, 3.27)
(CHEM,BIO, 2015 Vertebrate Organogenesis, 3.27)
(TEACH, 2015 Cognition, Learning, and Instruction, 3.27)
(BIO, 2014 Embryonic and Pluripotent Stem Cells: Differentiation and Reprogramming, 3.25)
(CHEM,BIO, 2014 Mathematics for Chemists 1, 3.25)
(TEACH, 2015 Reconstructing Biology, 3.25)
(CHEM, 2015 Complex analysis and partial differential equations, 3.25)
(TEACH, 2013 Quantitative Methods in Educational Research, 3.25)
(TEACH, 2015 Philosophy and History of Education, 3.24)
(CHEM,BIO, 2012 Scanning Probe Microscopy - Principles, Theory, and Applications, 3.24)
(TEACH, 2015 Chemistry module: Best practices for gifted and talented students, 3.22)
(MATH, 2016 Advanced Topics in Computer Vision, 3.22)
(CHEM, 2015 Solid State Physics, 3.21)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2016 Atom-photon interaction, 3.2)
(BIO,TEACH, 2016 Life Sciences module: Scientific Literacy, 3.2)
(PHYS,CHEM,BIO,MATH,TEACH, 2017 Responsible Conduct of Research, 3.2)
(CHEM, 2015 Research Presentations, 3.2)
(CHEM, 2012 Scanning Probe Microscopy - Laboratory Course, 3.2)
(BIO, 2014 Histology, 3.2)
(MATH,TEACH, 2013 Mathematical Seminar - 1st Year Students, 3.2)
(TEACH, 2012 Engineering Mathematics, 3.19)
(BIO, 2012 The Theoretical Basis of Common Lab Techniques, 3.19)
(CHEM,BIO, 2015 Philosophy of Science, 3.19)
(TEACH, 2012 Advanced Electromagnetism, 3.18)
(BIO, 2015 Scientific Writing - Life Sciences, 3.18)
(CHEM, 2016 Scientific Writing, 3.18)
(BIO, 2015 Mathematics for Biologists, 3.18)
(BIO, 2014 Mathematics for Biologists, 3.18)
(CHEM, 2013 Newer Synthetic Methods in Organic Chemistry, 3.18)
(CHEM,BIO, 2016 Introduction to Statistics for Life Sciences		, 3.18)
(BIO, 2015 Introduction to Matlab and Data Analysis, 3.17)
(TEACH, 2016 General module: Assessment Methods in Science and Mathematics Education, 3.17)
(BIO, 2014 Course on Laboratory Animals at the Weizmann Institute of Science, 3.17)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2015 Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy, 3.17)
(BIO,TEACH, 2015 Life Sciences Module: From Basic to Advanced Techniques in Molecular Biology, 3.17)
(TEACH, 2015 Mathemtics module: The Mathematics of Programming, 3.17)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2016 Quantum Mechanics 2, 3.16)
(CHEM,BIO, 2013 Mathematics for Chemists 1, 3.16)
(TEACH, 2012 Microbiology, 3.15)
(BIO, 2016 The Theoretical Basis of Common Lab Techniques, 3.14)
(TEACH, 2013 Introduction to Academic Writing, 3.14)
(PHYS,CHEM,BIO,TEACH, 2013 Safety in the Laboratory, 3.14)
(PHYS, 2012 From Biomolecules to Systems, 3.14)
(CHEM,BIO, 2016 Philosophy of Science, 3.13)
(MATH, 2014 Algebra Through Examples, 3.13)
(MATH,TEACH, 2014 Mathematical Seminar 2nd Year Students, 3.13)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2015 Quantum Mechanics 1, 3.13)
(BIO,TEACH, 2015 Life Sciences module: Experiencing Contemporary Research in The Life Sciences, 3.13)
(CHEM, 2016 Soft Matter: Interactions, structure and dynamics, 3.13)
(BIO, 2015 Course on Laboratory Animals at the Weizmann Institute of Science, 3.12)
(BIO, 2015 Course on Laboratory Animals at the Weizmann Institute of Science, 3.12)
(PHYS, 2016 Student Seminar , 3.11)
(CHEM,BIO, 2016 Histology, 3.1)
(BIO, 2013 Histology, 3.1)
(BIO, 2016 Course on Laboratory Animals at the Weizmann Institute of Science, 3.09)
(BIO, 2016 Systems Biology 101, 3.09)
(BIO, 2014 Course on Laboratory Animals at the Weizmann Institute of Science, 3.08)
(PHYS,CHEM,BIO,MATH,TEACH, 2017 Responsible Conduct of Research, 3.08)
(BIO, 2013 Introduction to Membrane Proteins in Health and Diseases, 3.07)
(CHEM,BIO,MATH, 2014 Introduction to the Global Climate System, 3.07)
(BIO, 2015 Introduction to Membrane Proteins in Health and Diseases, 3.07)
(CHEM, 2012 Protein Crystallography, 3.07)
(BIO, 2013 Biology of Cell Death, 3.07)
(BIO, 2016 Introduction to Neuroscience: Cellular and Synaptic Physiology, 3.06)
(BIO, 2015 Histology, 3.06)
(CHEM, 2013 Research Presentations, 3.06)
(CHEM, 2013 Research Presentations, 3.06)
(BIO, 2016 Scientific Writing - Life Sciences (MSc Students), 3.05)
(TEACH, 2013 Integration of Learning Technologies, 3.05)
(CHEM, 2017 Chemistry of Elements, 3.05)
(CHEM,BIO,MATH, 2013 Introduction to Matlab and Data Analysis, 3.04)
(BIO, 2016 Course on Laboratory Animals at the Weizmann Institute of Science, 3.04)
(TEACH, 2014 Integration of Learning Technologies, 3.04)
(TEACH, 2016 Mathematics Module: Calculus from research on students conceptions to a high school curriculum, 3.0)
(TEACH, 2017 Chemistry Module: Introduction to Chemistry Education, 3.0)
(BIO, 2017 Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry for Analysis of Biomolecules, 3.0)
(BIO, 2017 Philosophy of Science, 3.0)
(BIO, 2015 Cell Adhesion, Signal Transduction and Cancer, 3.0)
(BIO, 2017 Introduction to Statistics for Life Sciences		, 3.0)
(CHEM,BIO, 2016 Chemistry of Life, 3.0)
(PHYS, 2013 Experimental Astrophysics (Astro 2), 3.0)
(TEACH, 2013 Didactics of Mathematics 1+2, 3.0)
(CHEM,BIO,MATH, 2013 Basics of PDEs, 3.0)
(PHYS, 2013 Non Equilibrium  Statistical Mechanics, 3.0)
(TEACH, 2017 General Module: Cognition, Learning, and Instruction, 3.0)
(CHEM, 2017 Research Presentations, 3.0)
(CHEM, 2012 Chemistry and Biology of nucleic acids, 3.0)
(BIO, 2017 Tumor immunology, 3.0)
(PHYS,CHEM,BIO,MATH,TEACH, 2017 Responsible Conduct of Research, 3.0)
(TEACH, 2015 Scientific Literacy, 3.0)
(BIO, 2014 Sleep and its Functions: From Plasticity to Emotion Regulation, 3.0)
(TEACH, 2016 Physics module: Solid State, 3.0)
(BIO, 2016 Advanced Seminar in Regulatory Genomics, 3.0)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2015 Quantum Measurements and Open Systems, 3.0)
(BIO, 2017 Histology, 3.0)
(PHYS,CHEM,BIO, 2012 Physical Biology of the Cell, 3.0)
(CHEM, 2015 Chemistry of Elements, 3.0)
(PHYS, 2013 Observational Astrophysics, 3.0)
(BIO, 2016 Systems Neuroscience Reading Seminar, 3.0)
(PHYS, 2013 Anomalies, 3.0)
(TEACH, 2013 Cognition, Learning, and Instruction, 3.0)
(TEACH, 2013 Reconstructing Biology, 3.0)
(TEACH, 2015 Mathematics module: Final Project in Mathematics Education, 3.0)
(CHEM, 2015 Primer of materials Science, 3.0)
(TEACH, 2013 Reconstructing Biology, 3.0)
(BIO, 2013 Course on Laboratory Animals at the Weizmann Institute of Science, 3.0)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2015 Free Space and Guided Wave Optics, 3.0)
(TEACH, 2017 Prevention of Sexual Harassment- Rothschild-Weizmann Program, 3.0)
(TEACH, 2013 The Mathematics of Programming, 2.95)
(PHYS,CHEM,BIO,MATH,TEACH, 2016 Safety in the Laboratory, 2.95)
(PHYS,CHEM,BIO,MATH,TEACH, 2016 Responsible Conduct of Research, 2.92)
(PHYS,CHEM,BIO,MATH,TEACH, 2016 Responsible Conduct of Research, 2.92)
(PHYS,CHEM,BIO,MATH,TEACH, 2014 Safety in the Laboratory, 2.9)
(PHYS, 2016 Experimental Projects, 2.89)
(PHYS,CHEM,BIO, 2016 Statistical Physics 1, 2.89)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2015 Quantum Mechanics 2, 2.88)
(PHYS,CHEM,BIO,MATH,TEACH, 2015 Responsible Conduct of Research, 2.87)
(CHEM,BIO, 2015 From stem cell to aging : different strategies to renew and survive, 2.85)
(BIO, 2012 Transcriptional Control of Gene Expression, 2.84)
(PHYS, 2015 Astrophysics 1, 2.83)
(PHYS, 2015 Experimental Projects, 2.83)
(BIO, 2014 fMRI Methods, 2.83)
(BIO, 2013 Neuroanatomy, 2.83)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2015 Quantum Electronics, 2.83)
(PHYS,CHEM,BIO,MATH,TEACH, 2015 Safety in the Laboratory, 2.83)
(TEACH, 2016 Educational Psychology, 2.82)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2013 Concepts in condensed matter theory, 2.81)
(PHYS, 2013 Concepts of condensed matter physics, 2.81)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2013 Concepts in Condensed matter physics, 2.81)
(BIO,TEACH, 2016 Life Sciences module: Journal Club in Science Teaching, 2.8)
(BIO, 2017 An Overview of Molecular Biology- Adapted for young in biology, 2.78)
(CHEM,BIO, 2013 3D imaging, 2.78)
(TEACH, 2016 Qualitative Research: Approaches and Methodologies, 2.77)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2016 Concepts in condensed matter physics, 2.74)
(BIO, 2015 Systems Biology 101, 2.71)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2014 Introduction to Quantum Optics, 2.7)
(CHEM,BIO, 2013 The Carbon Cycle, 2.68)
(CHEM, 2013 Chemistry of Elements, 2.67)
(TEACH, 2016 General Module: Integration of digital environments in science and mathematics teaching , 2.67)
(TEACH, 2014 Assessment Methods in Science and Mathematics Education, 2.67)
(TEACH, 2015 Developing New Teaching and Learning Materials in Biology: Design and Development 2, 2.67)
(BIO, 2013 Fundamentals in Sleep Research, 2.67)
(MATH, 2015 Representations and Characters of Finite groups, 2.67)
(BIO, 2016 Transcriptional Control of Gene Expression, 2.66)
(TEACH, 2014 Cognition, Learning, and Instruction, 2.63)
(TEACH, 2015 General module:Assessment Methods in Science and Mathematics Education, 2.59)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2017 Quantum Mechanics 2, 2.58)
(TEACH, 2012 Qualitative Research: Approaches and Methodologies, 2.54)
(BIO,TEACH, 2016 Life Sciences module: Developing New Teaching and Learning Materials in Biology 3, 2.5)
(TEACH, 2013 Didactics of Chemistry, 2.5)
(BIO, 2014 The Theoretical Basis of Common Lab Techniques, 2.49)
(PHYS,BIO, 2013 Statistical Physics 1, 2.45)
(PHYS, 2014 Quantum Mechanics 2, 2.42)
(BIO, 2015 The Theoretical Basis of Common Lab Techniques, 2.42)
(BIO,TEACH, 2016 Life Sciences module: Introduction to Teaching Biology, 2.4)
(TEACH, 2015 Physic Module: Topics in Astrophysics, 2.2)
(TEACH, 2003 Issues in Science Education, 2.0)
(TEACH, 2012 Thesis Seminar, 2.0)
(TEACH, 2017 General Module: History and Philosophy of Science in Science Teaching, 2.0)
(PHYS,CHEM, 2017 Data analysis and signal processing, 2.0)
(TEACH, 2012 Thesis Seminar, 2.0)
(TEACH, 2015 Integration of digital environments in science and mathematics teaching , 1.85)
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  1. But you have to account for the fact, that if someone thinks a course is bad, they are likely to drop it well before writing the exam, and have little incentive to take the survey. So, in hindsight, people only take courses if they think they are better than average, which makes sense.

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