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HSE208 Unit Notes

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HSE208: Integrated Human Physiology All Lecture Learning Objectives and Answers Exam Revision Notes

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HD Integrated Human Physiology (HSE208) Notes

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Very interesting subject! I love solving the case studies given on the seminar and exam revisions.

Anonymous, Trimester 3, 2019

I think this subject has been redesigned for 2016 onwards. Content wasn't difficult but was a bit lost on the connection it has to the lab reports. Make the most of your tutor! If you've done HSE201 you'll be fine

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Not a bad subject! I do agree with the comment above. The labs can be a bit tricky. They are abit more concise. If you have done HSE201 (exercise physiology) prior, you will have the upper hand advantage in this unit. Not as many labs either! :)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Your challenge is not in the content, but the format and rules of the lab reports. The 10 lab reports count for 50% of final grade. Get as much help as you can from tutor and lecturer, but ultimately you can only do your best there.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014