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I did it in my first semester in Australia and still got through it with 78, I am first-year though. The unit requires hard-work. Just try to complete all the exercise in the tutorials and then the distinction is within your reach.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019
I enjoyed this unit a lot. Todd's lectures were not useful much. He did not explain the physical meaning of what we were trying to solve( prior knowledge of physics helped me ) and focused entriely on proofs. One of the best online resource for this unit would be Pual Lamar notes on calculus 3. The exam given to us was similar to 2018 semester 1 exam. Though the soultions were not provided for the sample exam but Simon had a exam session where he went over nearly all the questions.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018
Started off great, got better, then ended awfully. I have mixed feelings about this subject. I loved it until the first 9 or so weeks and then the difficulty jumped right up, partly thanks to the lecturer Todd who was, let’s just say, not the greatest. His explanations were unclear and I had to rely heavily on other resources to understand the content. The exam was also one of the hardest I’ve ever done, and I wasn’t prepared for it even after doing the practice ones because the questions were so out of left field.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
A really good unit. I had one bad lecturer who I'd never heard of though. If you get Todd good luck. Easy unit until the last two weeks.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
Unit is pretty good, with straight forward content and testing. Only thing wrong would be the teaching in the lectures. I find it a bit confusing sometimes, but then again it is hard to lecture mathematics to a group of 100+ students
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016
Enjoy calculus? Then this is a unit you will love! Generally a doable unit, although constant revision is a must!