I enjoyed this course so much. I learned a lot about how I can become a better learner. This course was very interesting and useful. I have some tools that I can use to optimize my learning potential.
I have thoroughly enjoyed this course, as well as all the courses in the Specialization. The instructors do an excellent job of breaking down each subject in an easy to understand logical progression.
por Sergi R•
Very helpful but not very challenging for being the highest level from the 4 in catallogue. I would have expected something more of macros/VBA
por Juney C J Y•
Not much useful compare to previous courses. Besides, not really clear about the explanation causes very hard to do the assessment quiz.
por Victoria Z•
Felt the explanations of the problems were not too clear and the information may not be useful for everyday use.
Videos don't match with the final assignment. Very disappointed with advanced and higher intermediate courses.
por Louie A T M•
This was the hardest among the series but it was also the least detailed and explained worst among the series
por Eva O•
It's ok, but not recommended for someone who uses excel on a everyday basis, you won't learn much more ;)
por Pham A T N•
Final exam and teaching material is not really relevant. The exam is really challenging.
por Pritam S•
This course was so tough.This course was not as much well planned as previous 3 courses
por Barbara K•
Fantastic Information. Needs more samples/practice assignments. Thank you!
por Kristine C•
Some excel sheets are different from the lecture but still understandable.
por Tenzing D•
the difficult parts related to the concepts are not explained well.
por Abdurahman q•
This course does not seem more advances than "Intermediate 2"
por Arthur d G C•
It wasn't as good as the other courses.
por Rishi M•
Feels like it really dragged out
por Paige P•
Not as good as Courses 1-3.
por Hosam M•
need more clarifications
por Mark G W•
por Antonia L•
I loved the first three courses of this specialisation. However, I thought the advanced course was a bit rushed, the practice challenges were often missing and so were the practice test which is why I often struggled to get the assessments in the end right.
por Giovanni T•
I felt that the OFFSET, ADDRESS and INDIRECT functions were very badly explained. It took me hours before I understood them, and even now I feel like I didn't exactly get them fully!
por Ashik K A•
Not satisfied with week 5, also the exclusions of practice assignments in some of the weeks too was something that must be taken care of in my opinion.
por Manas G•
An assignment didn't work on my system (Mac) even though I followed the said instructions.
por MD. S S•
No practice challenge for last few weeks especially for Dashboard.
por CESAR A M B•
Compared to the last two, this course is disappointing.
por Michele E•
The course was presented in a very confusing and frustrating manner. I had to use outside sources to figure out what many of the functions were used for, because there wasn't an adequate explanation. "I'm going to click here, open brackets, type S, tab, close brackets." That's the how - what's missing is the why: what exactly is going on in this formula that gets us the results we want. That's what's needed in order to understand and apply the material. Here's an example directly from the transcripts.
The INDIRECT function is a handy little lookup function. And it works slightly differently to most lookup functions in that it uses an indirect reference. What that means is that indirect refers to the address of the cell rather than the cell itself. A direct reference would go straight to G3, but the indirect is actually going to refer to C12, which is then going to return the value from G3. Let's see it, so we're going to type =IND and choose INDIRECT, and I'm going to click into cell C12. But when I click Enter, you'll see I don't get the value in C12, I get the value in G3.