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Pretty much what it is, biology. Not a prerequisite but if you didn't do bio, be prepared to study crazily before the semester even starts. You're expected know the basics. After that, the ride is a bit more smooth. Almost every week/topic is a different body part or system, like endocrine, urinary, reproductive, nervous, etc. In classes, you work with your set group for the semester, so play nice and be friendly. You work on tasks together that require research bcos it's often not in the notes you had to study. There's a lotta content to self-study in a short amount of time and PASS really helps with that. Lecturers often fun and engaging, but really you won't understand much if you don't study the content and prepare for the lecture beforehand.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018