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Reviews

My favourite subject yet! I knew I would enjoy it before we started, but the lecturers, workshops and dissection pracs all made it an even better learning experience. If you found second year anatomy pretty fun, Locomotor will definitely be an enjoyable subject for you. Also, yes it's hard but it's really not that hard to get a good score (if you truly enjoy going deep into anatomy). MSTs were a lot easier than most people expected & the final exams had no surprises.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

A tough course but informative, relevant especially for those interested in pursuing medicine. The lecturers are engaging and the resources are fantastic. It is well-organized and the practicals are definitely a highlight of the subject. Although confronting at first, the opportunity to participate in cadaveric dissections is rare for undergraduate students. The student: tutor ratio is good. Keeping up with the content, engaging fully in practicals and forming a study group with your friends is the best way to keep your head above the water in this subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Really interesting, lecturers and demonstrators have good knowledge of the subject and tries to expose students to potential careers and study pathways. A place to build on extra knowledge is during the practical class. There was quite a lot of information and memorising in the subject but it helps if you read the practical notes and revise lecture notes a few times for them to stick. Gives you a lot of chance to do some hands on during prac (good if you are building up for med school) but we did struggle a bit during prac.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Too much information to handle if you aren't a human information garbage receptacle. Expect little to no advice for the exams. The content itself if interesting, and you will learn heaps but you won't learn what actually matters for the assessments (oh the irony). Would recommend if you really enjoy having no idea what you're meant to know vs what is supplementary information. Practicals are engaging and fun, and if you don't care about your GPA it's palatable at best. 1/5

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

This subject is definitely tough, and not at all easy to get an H1. There is an information overload in this subject, despite the content being very interesting . It is just too much info! The 2 end of semester exams are very tough, its so hard to know what bits they're going to examine you on. Although the 2 MSTs were very fair in my opinion. You learn about the spine, upper limb, lower limb, locomotion and evolution. Quite in depth, and you'll be VERY knowledgeable about the human body after you've completed it. Happy I've done it, but it is definitely not an easy one to score well in. Would only do it, if you're not too fussed about your GPA, or are doing the HSF major.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016