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TOP SCORING PHY2032 NOTES

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PHY2032 Endorcrine Systens Lecture/Exam HD Notes

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I really enjoyed completing this unit. It's a really well run unit that provides well-made videos and revision material every week to ensure you are ready for the exam. The unit coordinators Craig and Mike are really nice and genuinely interested in delivering a great learning experience while also making the process interesting through workshops that apply the content in interesting ways. For instance, how does reproduction work in space? How do you escape a spermiogenesis escape room. This unit also allows you to make friends as you work with the same group of 4-5 people throughout the semester, that can be great if you have a good team but a nightmare if you don't. Overall a great unit, would recommend this if you are into the hormone side of physiology and pathways.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Best unit I've done in my 4 years at Monash - so much effort and consideration has been put into both the unit structure and how it's run, and it really shows. This is an example of the flipped model done right. The online modules provide in-depth insight to the content, cutting out unnecessary information but still presenting information in clear, easy to understand ways, while the activities in the modules help revise the content immediately, as well as provide SAQ practice from week one. IFATs (multiple choice tests) at the start of each workshop are great, and the workshop activities and videos (featuring Craig and Mike, absolute legends) keep everything interesting and fun. All forum posts are anonymous by default, which lessens anxiety about asking questions publicly. I'm probably not articulating it properly, but absolutely the most enjoyable and well-structured unit I've ever done at Monash - choose this over PHY2042 if you have the chance.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Hands down the best unit I've completed in my 3 years at Monash! Such a well run unit - tutors are able to keep the content interesting and the classes ares super well structured. IFATs at the beginning of workshops really help ensure you're kept up to date with the content. The way the unit was structured meant I was consistently working at the content and always revising (through workshops/quizzes etc.) and I was able to receive a 94 in the unit because of this! Definitely worth completing if you're interested in physiology!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

This unit now has a flipped model so all the content is taught through online modules of which there are 2-3 a week each consisting of 2-3 8-15 minute videos. This is a major difference compared the three 1 hour lectures the unit used to be. This makes it way easier to study as well as lighten the burden of contact hours. Because the teaching time is reduced the online modules are very content heavy and you really need to learn every little bit to do well but with consistent work it is not difficult. There are also weekly IFAT quizzes that motivate you to stay on top of your work which makes it easier. There is a workshop and lab in alternating weeks. The labs were pretty standard but the workshops were really interesting and had a very interactive collaborative focus which made them really fun. The group you are placed in in your workshop is your group for the whole semester so make sure you get along. There is only one individual assessment after the first practice whilst the rest are all group. I feel this is the worst part of this unit and not necessary since group work and it’s importance is already heavily established through workshops and labs. The teaching staff for this unit are really lovely and you are easily able to see the effort gone into setting up the unit. Would absolutely recommend it, probably the best and most well rounded unit I have done at Monash so far.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Great unit with half the content being assessed at mid sem and the rest in the exam at the end! Easy to keep up with but the labs were pointless

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

to get the most out of this unit do PHY2042 at the same time otherwise can be a bit difficult to grasp concepts. Practicals seem to be a little bit long and repetitive but all round a pretty good unit.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016