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FULL COURSE Biological Systems Notes - In Depth

Covers weeks 1-12 (all) of 1041 Biological Systems. Categorised by learning outcomes. Colour coded,...

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Easy 7, the labs were easy and the lecture content was easy to keep up with. Skelly tho is not the best lecturer so be warned. If you want to do this subject, you must work hard and have well organised notes. You can excel in the Lab reports if you understand what theyre asking you to write about and if you collaborate with others. The Pebble Plus assignment is easy as are the weekly Mastering quizzes.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Probably one of the worst experiences at University. Most workshops are absolutely useless like literally no point at all. Skelly, I think she was called, is perhaps the worst lecturer/ teacher so far. She is so unmotivated it's unbelievable, literally, 1 crash course video was so much more useful than all 3 weekly lectures combined. I'd argue not going to lectures and watching crash course can get you 6 or 7. Just hope she posted the gold coast recording if you don't like crash course they are so much more useful. Labs were fun, but the demonstrator (Nathan, the rest were fine) sounded almost depressed and devoid of any enthusiasm it was crazy. They were also disorganised. I did the lab induction, however, they didn't have it in their system, so I was forced to stand there for 10 minutes to wait for them to check if I did it, meaning I was behind in the lab. There are no revision lectures for some reason. At one pint in the 2020 biological systems, we were told to study independently, as in no collab lectures ( live lectures but online used for COVID 19 courses). I promise you just attend workshop 1 and 2 and you'll be fine. Ignore lecture material and watch relevant crash course videos and you'll be fine. Employability task is useless as usual just pretend you care and you'll do fine. Feedback given is so useless, its funny. Overall just get through this subject (it's pretty easy content-wise) and don't look back.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Lectures and labs are a waste of time. Don’t even watch lectures on Lecture Capture, if anything just read over the slides. Revise only the content in revision questions and you’ll easily get a 7.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Terrible course. Lectures are an absolute waste of time, and labs are more like tutorials. Did not attend a single lecture all trimester (except the first one) and still got a score of over 80%. Don't even bother watching the lecture capture.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

So terrible. Some of the lectures are just a waste of time. Don't even lecture capture it. Best to just copy and paste revision questions and run through end semester revision a few times (don't always trust the answers in that revision questions either, have come across a few that had right answers marked as wrong).

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Bless Jacinta. Keep doing the practice questions, whilst making a list of all the questions. These will be assessed for the weekly quizzes and the end of semester. Fool proof way to get a 7.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

The content is interesting, but the organisation could be lacking, at times. The lab components were very interesting, however.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

It was a bit all over the place in terms of content to be honest, which could be really frustrating at times. It wasn't my favourite, but it the labs definitely made it a bit more enjoyable.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

i did enjoy this subject, but costs were cut to the labs because of lack of interest from the students, which was disappointing. Lots of different topics were covered quite in depth, so keeping up with lectures is a must.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014