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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

probably like most of the people who take this subject, I took this subject because I wanted to get into medicine at melb. whilst the subject is really interesting and well put together, I feel like you should weigh the pros and cons together. if you don't like rote learning, do not take this subject. If you do, this subject is very easy to score a h1. There's 40% worth of assessment and this is very easy to obtain if you go through the content and remember the stuff in the lectures. The MSTs were easy and fair - no trick questions and everything was in the lectures. The final exam was similar to that of 1st year bio but with 4 parts of extended short answer - unfortunately, you cannot bullsh*t your way through this because this is a subject where you either know your stuff or you don't and its very easy to pick out the people who don't know their stuff.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Keep on top of the workload during the semester, as come swot vac the amount of details you need to memorise would probably make you cry if you try to cram it. I think the subject was coordinated quite well, with the transitions between lecturers and topics not being at all jarring or uncomfortable. The practicals are also incredibly interesting, and they really are the best place to ask questions. Always come prepared with questions from lectures and interact with the demonstrators.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015
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