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I did this subject at the end of 2nd year and loved it! It is a very challenging subject with a lot of things to remember but definitely rewarding and very very helpful if you are thinking of pursuing Doctor of Medicine or Dental Surgery as most of the lectures and lecturers are the same as in first year Med!! The pracs are a fun and awesome experience where you will be able to have a look at real anatomy in cadavers with good teachers teaching you human anatomy!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

A lot of things to remember but it was a very interesting subject. Have to STAY ON TOP of it from the start.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Quite a difficult subject, with lots of memorisation. However, there are MANY resources to help you do your best, such as the weekly online tutorials (ADSL), an@tomedia, and the labs. The labs are hands down one of the most interesting, and fun times I've had in a subject. It relates to lecture material in a practical sense, and will leave you with lasting impressions. Even though studying for the MSTs and exams were some tough times, the more time you put into studying, the more you will get out of it (like always). Everything was nicely paced and fair, just don't fall behind.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Practical classes were an amazing experience! On the whole, the lecturers were great and it is evident that they are all highly experienced in their knowledge and expertise. An@tomedia was a lifesaver and ADSL's were great for learning and revision. Exams are definitely fair- 3 sections. Section A: MCQ Section B: Short answer with MCQ fill in the blanks Section C: Short answer with written answers and some labelling

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

So much content but all of it was interesting, and the labs were an amazing experience.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Great subject, well coordinated with a decent amount of feedback. Perhaps lacking in practice materials, but practicals are fascinating and provide an insight into the body that not many other subjects or universities can.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Had a love/hate relationship with this subject - while the content of the lectures was almost invariably interesting, I found some of the lectures a bit disorganised, particularly those done at the beginning (the embryology ones). That said, once you've organised the information in a way that makes sense to you (and put it all into Quizlet sets), it's not difficult to score well on this subject. I also absolutely loved the labs!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Interesting content which requires a fair bit of memory work. The assessments are quite fair and you get to go into the lab to see prosections. There you can ask any questions you may have to the demonstrators to clarify your understanding. This is crucial especially for 3rd year anatomy.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Felt overwhelmed with information at the beginning of the semester, but if you tried to study the ADSL (Self learning) it makes everything clearer. There was a lot of support for learning including museum (should definitely try going there). Content can be heavy but just find the pattern in the way they name it then try to refresh your memory. Really interesting subject!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Great subject and very interesting. Also very cool that we get to see cadavers and see what we’ve learnt in the labs. Make sure you revise constantly because yes, unfortunately any little detail can pop up in the exam.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018