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Worst unit ever. Most disorganised lecturer and the exam was extremely hard

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2023

I found this unit incredibly informative and super interesting. You learn about a wide variety of aspects impacting eating and drinking. Studying the extremes, such as dehydration, starvation, eating disorders and obesity, is particularly interesting. I would caution students that this unit is, however, very anatomy dense and science heavy. If you are interested in eating disorders, note that you only spend 1 week looking at them, and only cover anorexia and bulimia in some detail. In comparison, 3.5 weeks are dedicated to obesity. The unit convenor and lecturer is very friendly, approachable, and understanding. I highly recommend this unit, despite it probably being the most content heavy unit I've done in 3 years.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019