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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

This subject provides a good overview of the basics of Human Anatomy. The pacing never felt too rushed, nor were the assessments ever unfair. The pracs were certainly a hightlight that helped to reinforce what you had been learning, as well as provide an experience that will remain with you long after the subject has been completed.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Lecturer who does embryology and reproductive organs wasn’t clear, had to teach myself everything. Pracs are really useful, make sure you go. Easy 10% with ADSL. A lot of content! But if you have a genuine interest in the material you will do well. Takes a lot of hard work and memorisation

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Was hard to understand parts at first, but the practicals are what makes it interesting and definitely useful. Would recommend.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Very interesting subject with just the right amount of content! It is doable, and the pracs help you learn. The lecturers also did a good job at presenting the material. Anatomedia was sometimes useful, but often it had too much extra coverage, so just used the tutorial and lecture notes to get through the ADSLs. Also found Gray's Atlas of Anatomy very helpful for revision.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Great pracs and very interesting subject but there is a lot of memory work and the lectures are quite dry and boring

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Interesting subject but it's basically all memorising structures (there's a lot of content). The prac classes are useful and you get an easy 10% on the ADSLs because you can repeat them as many times as you like. The assessment wasn't too hard. There is only 2 practice questions given to you but if you look through the library anatomy past exams there are often questions that relate to the topics.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016