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Major assignment a large chunk of work but doesn't collate with its small weight towards the overall mark. Tutor didn't know much, and tutorials felt like a waste of time. Work hard on the assignment, the knowledge you learn there can be applied to the final examination. I did not attend most lectures, just read the lectures slides in my own time. Exam asked some very specific questions, so ensure you study a decent amount and you will get through the subject successfully.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

The report requires a lot of work and effort but is only marked a small weightage. However, the report holds the big chunk of the actual construction knowledge that would be useful for the actual workforce. Lecturer is friendly and informative but the tutorials are rather poorly done with tutors engaging the class very passively.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

massive semester-long assignment on a few building sites that requires a lot of effort, but relates heavily to what you learn in the lectures and helps with revising for the exam. if you were fine with physics from Structural Environments you'll be fine with the physics for this. Fairy knowledgeable lecturer, but tutors were pretty hopeless.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016