Physics For Life Sciences
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-Summary from Week 1 - Week 12 -It focuses on the main key points you need to know for the final ex...
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Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019
This unit was brutal and the lecturers are not great. The practicals are hectic so you have to make sure you move fast. Focus on the calculations more than the content as it’s not as important and you can still achieve a good mark without knowing the content very well. Focus on doing well on smaller assessments so you are not over pressured for the final.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
Didn't enjoy this unit as I'm studying chem/bio. Lectures were sometimes interesting with the live demos, and at times, content wasn't explained well. Tutorials were really helpful, didn't like the weekly quizzes as they were supposed to be slightly modified problems from the previous tutorial, but they would be completely different so my friends and I had no idea what to do. Practicals were draining, but extremely easy to do well in. Lots of math, so its important to know basic things like Pythagoras theorem