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Reviews

A well-paced unit introducing some of the most fundamental concepts that programmers should know, including sort and search algorithms, recursion, and linked lists. More challenging than COMP1000 but still relatively easy if you keep up-to-date with lectures and practicals. (Note: I did this unit as COMP125 in 2016 S2. StudentVIP doesn't let me select this.)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Gaurav is a great lecturer and explains things very clearly. Getting a CR is easy but there is a large difficulty spike to earn the D or HD grade so make sure you start your assignments early if you want higher marks. (The ilearn forums and MACS discord are very active so if you need help go there)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020

A bit more challenging than COMP1000 but provides students with necessary knowledge for second-year computing units

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019