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Seeley's Anatomy & Physiology

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Human Structure and Function (HUMB1000) - UNIT NOTES

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Human, Structure and Function Notes

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Human Structure and Function Course Notes

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Human Structure and Function Unit Glossary

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Human Structure and Function

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Human Structure and Function - Comprehensive Notes

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Reviews

A great amount of content covered in this unit that is definitely manageable with proper ongoing revision techniques. I did not study ATAR Human Biology in Year 11 + 12 however I had done an Anatomy & Human Bio unit at UWA before studying this unit. A lot of effort has been put into constructing the compendiums which are a great source to answer practice questions and apply your learning. I believe the group work component can have a huge effect on your mark, whether it be positive or negative and therefore, your end of unit results aren't quite accurate to your standard, however, I see why this group work assessment is necessary when working in health. I think I was put at a major advantage having studied that anatomy unit at UWA as we had tutorials with about 14 students so it was a lot more engaging and interactive, not to mention more time with the tutor to help enhance your understanding. I think having two tutors to 60 students at Curtin studying this unit is not suitable. The online classes (impacted by COVID) was more like watching a more interactive lecture with hardly any engagement. Class sizes need to be reduced for this unit for optimal student outcomes.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020

A hectic unit. The group case study was a mess. No backtracking in the online exam which was stupid. Yes you learn a lot but also you dont have much time.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020

I did Human bio for ATAR and this unit was basically Yr 11 and 12 packed into one semester. It covers a lot! Assessments: 2 e-tests, One group case study, and a 120 multiple choice exam.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

I personally thought the work load for this unit is too much for a first year unit.Although utors did fascilitate understanding through engagment with the content, it was not enough. So much content to cover in minimal time.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

The two teachers I had for this unit for tutorials were excellent. They teach in a practical style, and high class involvement and demonstrations, which make understanding concepts more realistic and applicable to everyday lives. Also they are very approachable so I didn't feel afraid to ask any stupid questions. You will definitely pass this unit and if you don't then thats totally on you because its really easy to do.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

I personally prefer physics, not a big fan of biology haha. I thought HSF would be easy, even though I didn’t take Human Biology in school. I heavily underestimated the difficulty. The eTests they prepare for you are unnecessarily hard (probably to account for people cheating in the tests). The group case study relies on each member to carry their weight, unless you have one member that can answer all of the questions. My group had 3 members, 2 of us (including me) did not have a background in human bio. The 3rd who did said they didn’t do very well in it at school. All of us heavily unprepared for the case study and did not do very well. The exam is weighted quite heavily, so if you want to improve definitely try for the exam. I much prefer HSF over Foundations and MIRA, I had my HSF class at 8am so it was hard to focus.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Quite a difficult unit. I did amazing in Atar human bio and even I struggled a little. I honestly think there is too much content for a first year unit, it’s very difficult if you have no previous human bio experience. It is quite well run and the assessments are pretty good. Just be prepared to work hard to stay on top of this subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

I loved this unit. I loved the amount of support, the compendiums, the lecturers. Biggest shame was there was so much to learn in so little time. Workshop stations need to be structured better.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Subject was fun and the eTests were much easier than I had first anticipated. Group assessment was a little difficult but nevertheless tha tutors ensured all your queries were met.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Real world experience and cutting edge technology!!! The 3D cadaver picture is astonishing and lets you settle gracefully into the idea of real human remains in front of you. Teachers are great and up to date with current health events, overall a great unit :)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016