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Reviews

Fantastic subject. Really hard work, but worth the effort.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

Did well in 103 so I thought this wouldn't be too bad as it builds on previous content (hahaha I was so wrong). Content wise, it is harder but if explained clearly and logical, most people could understand it. Lectures were not engaging, and concepts were not explained in an informative way so I struggled in learning most topics. Practicals were intense, easy to mess up. Workshops during week 7 and 13 were useful, as we went through questions that could appear in the mid sem and final exams. I think they should have tutorials at least every 2 weeks to help students consolidate what's taught in the lectures.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Really challenging unit, but if you attend all of the lectures, workshops, practicals and PAL sessions, you can do really well. Don't waste the time of the lecturers. This unit is designed for "strong students". You have to have a very strong understanding of the concepts in order to succeed. It is impossible to rote learn this unit.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Really challenging subject! Take it very seriously from day 1 and you will be fine, but it takes a lot of work! ~50% fail rate? Follows on directly from CBMS103, so be comfortable with that first - you'll need that knowledge!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

This subject is taught very well and the and Andrew is the best and most passionate lecturer I have had to date. He is awesome, well, unless you don't do your work then he really gets up you, but it's only to make you improve. Just make sure that you work on this shit consistently otherwise you will fail, you cannot cram for this like a biology subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014