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Comprehensive Cheat Sheet for PSY248 Exam (HD notes)

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Lectures were poorly designed. It seems like Rachel, who was the course convenor of 2018, did not prepare the slides before coming to class. Sometimes the slides conflicted with what she said. Other times she gave examples that even she couldn't elaborate.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Although i agree that the content is daunting and the lecturer can be quite condescending, this unit really helped me during PSY348. Take notes of everything the lecturer says - although he might not make much sense now, everything i wrote down (i wrote down everything verbatim) has helped me so much with PSY348 and makes much more sense to me now. Don't throw away your notes if you're serious about psych!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Lecturer is quite condescending and the material is hard to follow and convoluted.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Awesome subject, lecturer is very interesting and covers a wide range of topics. Definitely requires a lot of study! Best of luck for all the Psych students taking this subject :)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Personally, I enjoyed this subject, but as others have said it is very tough! Hang in there, and if you get lost, email your tutor ASAP

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Not as bad as you may think! I struggled with trying to wrap my head around a lot of the content and did find it boring, but they give you so much opportunity to do well. The weekly quizzes are marked purely on the effort you put in - not right or wrong. The final exam is multiple choice AND open book. There are two optional tests that will contribute to your final mark only if you do well. The lecturer was repetitive, which helped me a lot, and he took the lectures slow, which gave me time to process as there was a lot of info. He did have a condescending tone of voice, but I believe he answered all questions in the lectures and genuinely wanted to help us understand. Finally, I found the forums on the iLearn page were a great asset so check them out regularly and make sure you have notes to take into the tests/exam.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

An unit that held its second test (10%) on the final day of semester just before exam day, with the result of one of the assignment made available during the exam period, 10 days after the actual date for the final exam!!! Lectures mainly consist of lecturer asking questions to students that they cannot answer most of the time because students have not learnt them yet... It's not like a review lecture (like PSY236) where students were exposed to the material beforehand... You ask the lecturer questions, he won't direct or lead you or encourage you to think about the question differently or correctly; but he would let you stew and make mistakes... Hopeless unit, hopeless education system, it's all a scam, those who pay more receive more tuition system in Australia.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

This is the worst unit I've ever done at Macquarie. Unfortunately it's mandatory for my degree. The content is difficult (even as someone who usually does well at other subjects) and the lecturer is incredibly rude and condescending. If you ask a question because you don't understand something, he will mock you. He switches between going over easy revision content at a glacial pace to whizzing through difficult concepts and equations which makes it incredibly hard to keep up. Luckily I had a decent tutor, which helps somewhat, but even the best tutor can't compensate for the poor form of the lecturer.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Let me start by saying that this unit is not easy and it is a lot of work. At the same time, however, it is extremely rewarding if you're willing to put in the time. I did this unit over summer 2015/2016. It was hard to keep up to date with all the lectures (sometimes 7.5 per week). If you do this unit, I strongly recommend attending the PAL sessions like I did. If it wasn't for the PAL sessions, I don't know where I'd be right now. Summary: very challenging unit, but it is rewarding because the harder you work the more you understand and the better your results will be.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

It's a tough subject, but with some hard work and a little guidance it all starts to make sense.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2012