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Reviews

**Took BTF1010 but it's literally the same unit incl. textbook and unit guide** Reasonably alright content, particularly when the first assessment is a multiple choice quiz, however I feel mildly bias as I took the unit as an elective (not a business student) because of my interest in Law. Teaches a lot of transferable knowledge (particularly in areas of consumer law) so is quite a useful unit to take even if it is a core unit for you, might as well embrace it.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Disclaimer: I am a Commerce student whose strengths are way more geared towards humanities/the arts. I found this super super easy. Was able to score well even though I didn’t show up to a single tute (except for assessments) or lecture. The textbook is super useful and being open book makes things soooooo easy. Only thing that was slightly difficult was having to write so much content in such limited time during the final exam. Just write quickly all the way through so you’re not rushing last minute.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

This unit would have been a disaster if it wasn't for the PASS sessions. They are a must if you want to do well in this unit as they actually help students go through practice questions and are much more useful than tutorials (which aren't compulsory) in regards to the final exam. Lecture content is also pretty dry and I feel the unit could have been taught much more succinctly.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Although it can help you in real life, this is the hardest core unit by far. The tutors really dont care about the students so expect to teach yourself! The textbook in a hard copy is essential as it is open book exams

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Probably the worst thing ever, as someone who doesn't perform well in test situations this unit totally screwed me over. Total WAM killer and the tutors don't care at all. Literally act like you're an inconvenience of the job when you ARE their job! Monash needs to do a total overall of this subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Most difficult commerce core unit. Requires good writing and english skills. Heavy law content which is difficult for someone who doesn't like law.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

An atrociously difficult subject. You will need to study very hard to get a distinction. If you enjoy law subjects then this will be for you, if not good luck....

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

Good subject that can help you in real life, but really confusing at times, which is probably where this unit gets its bad reputation from. Certainly a difficult unit if you don't have the prescribed textbook where all the material is based upon and do the required reading. Is an open book exam so understanding basic concepts and knowing where relevant cases are in the book are very important.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

Interesting subject but definitely one that requires work and attendance to all lectures/tutorials/seminars. If you do keep up your attendance and keep up to date with questions and work there is no reason you shouldn't do well. It seems common amongst those I have spoken to that the mid-semester test is more difficult than the exam (likely used to scare people into studying more). I recommend keeping a book separate from your tutorial questions to keep compiled notes on cases/acts that you will be able to take into the final exam with you. Make notes throughout the semester as opposed to the last minute.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2013

Interesting subject, but you're basically on your own as the lecturer is not very helpful. Always leaves early and doesn't really break things down, students seem too intimidated to ask questions. This is at Fed Uni in Churchill

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014