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HSE201 Exercise Physiology: Exam Revision Notes

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Reviews

It's a fun subject! You get to measure things like VO2 max and do different tests on the bicycle (ergometer). The exam is based on lecture notes so if you understand the lectures you'll be good. The prac reports can get a little challenging. I highly recommend to get the prescribed text book, as it condenses massive studies into a few sentences which you can then chuck into your prac report without going through research papers. It saves you HOURS and stress. The practical exam is EASY, make sure you learn throughout the trimester eg. blood pressure, glucose so you don't have to learn it all at once before the practical exam!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

A decent subject! The challenging bit would be the lab reports. The key is to get all of your calculations 100% correct. Also, when you get questions that require written answers, another good tip is that the more you write and reference in these, the better you will do for the lab reports!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015