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BTF1010 EXAM HD Quality Notes

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Reviews

Personally really enjoyed this unit, only because I found it very relevant to everyday life as a consumer. It is quite content-heavy but manageable since every assessment undertaken was open book. There is no need to memorise all of the semesters content in order to achieve a HD, as long as you understand each of the concepts well enough and can apply them to real-life scenarios efficiently you'll do fine.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2021

Lecturer keeps you interested, and the lecture notes are hands down the best in the undergrad business course in my experience. Write very very thorough notes, just about every word they throw at you in the lecture written or spoken and you will ace this exam no worries. It's all about the tests in this subject and they're all open book so knuckle down and write some proper notes (or buy some HD ones if you're worried yours won't suffice) and you'll lock in a HD.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

You may find a few mixed reviews of this unit. The chief examiner the sem before was only there for one sem before Aashish took over. He's honestly changed this unit around when I compare my experience to some of my friends. From memory, the only assessment was the mid-sem test and the end of year exam with both being open book. I barely went to any of my classes (didn't like my tutor very much) but I found it was really doable as long as I listened to the seminars. He's a fantastic teacher and really comprehensive. You don't really need to remember the case studies in depth as long as you understand the key points/idea as all you'll do is briefly reference the case in examples. E.g. "The appropriate action to take is Y based on [Case X]" or something like that.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Chip away at the content every other day, ask questions in class and know the formatting of the exam and you can secure a solid grade for the unit.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

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

Gets very difficult. Both lectures and tutorials are boring. Extremely content heavy - you are screwed the moment you fall behind.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

You may find a few mixed reviews of this unit. The chief examiner the sem before was only there for one sem before Aashish took over. He's honestly changed this unit around when I compare my experience to some of my friends. From memory, the only assessment was the mid-sem test and the end of year exam with both being open book. I barely went to any of my classes (didn't like my tutor very much) but I found it was really doable as long as I listened to the seminars. He's a fantastic teacher and really comprehensive. You don't really need to remember the case studies in depth as long as you understand the key points/idea as all you'll do is briefly reference the case in examples. E.g. "The appropriate action to take is Y based on [Case X]" or something like that.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Really hard to stay on track and understand the content through lectures and notes. However this is easily remedied as the lecturer bases all exam questions on the tutorial exercises provided. All you need to do is memorise all the answers to these tutorial questions and you can achieve 100% on the exam (exact same numbers and wording from tutorial questions used in exams so answers are exactly the same)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

In this subject the book is your best friend. To do well you have to go through it and almost memorise the content, especially the relevant cases. It also helps to practise writing answers to case questions and going to consultations. The content is pretty interesting and has a lot of real life applications which helps with the learning process.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

Didn't feel like the subject was executed well, didn't enjoy the tutorials or the content. It was hard to keep up and understand the content week to week.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2013