Won't do a subject review but I've done a prob and stats diploma and did modern applied stats... not to be unkind the subject was a bit of a mess last sem as hee Jung shim arrived the day before sem started and inherited the content where lectures and tutorials did not complement each other as they were written by different people over different years or taken out of books... nevertheless I would still recommend it as if your doing linear models which I enjoyed as it builds on top of and complements it and hee Jung shim was nice and assignments and exams were not too difficult and were fun... hopefully with a full year to prepare youll get a better product than we did...

as a second year I heard of the reputation of differential equations under Barry Hughes but seeing as with a new lecturer I found it not too difficult where it had previously been ridiculously hard I thought nothing of it and foolishly enrolled in applied mathematical modelling which was nightmare where people I know with h1 averages got h3s... I precede prob for inference with this as prepare to work hard under kotsya as though I have not done it it's got a bit of a reputation... though if your interested in financial maths I.e. Quant trading kotsya could be your man as his the guru on financial mathematics (big demand for masters thesis

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Graph theory's supposedly interesting and not hard (for a maths subject

- as I'm really BCom) and do linear models and stochastic =)

(Not sure if I'll get in trouble for posting in this friend as I'm really a lurker come results but hopefully this helps!)