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Reviews

This subject is pretty hard, the type of subject that you need a lot of effort to understand. Like other reviews stated, the lecturers know what they're doing and it's clear that they're really good at what they do and how they explain things. What I recommend for this subject is to make summary notes addressing the learning outcomes every week / at least every 2 weeks. This is because the written assignments can be difficult, and they sometimes test you on things that you won't get just by listening to a lecture / reading the slides once (at least for me). I end up getting a decent score because I decided to make summary notes on the end of the course - which helps A LOT in the exam and in the written assignments. Also, finding youtube videos is also very beneficial for me in terms of understanding the processes taught in the molecular biology part. Overall, this is an insightful and you definitely learn a lot through this subject - but it also means it requires a lot of effort to score good.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

This subject is pretty full-on. The content isn't too tricky, and the multiple choice component is extremely fair. However, written assessments (assignments, tests and exam) can be quite difficult and you don't get practice on writing skills. The tutes are important- you need to attend but don't expect much collaboration. The teaching quality in lectures is great, but if you don't understand expect to use youtube, google etc.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

I felt that the content was generally really well presented in this subject. They released at least half of the semesters lectures about a week before semester even started, which gave us a lot of freedom in working through them, although we still had to get through them before the weekly quizzes (usually about 13 MCQ due Sunday night). They were all broken down into 2-15 minute videos which definitely made working through them more manageable, especially with the "thinking questions" throughout to consolidate the information. The tutorials were generally alright, and made up mostly of PollEv questions and discussion around them. The assignments were pretty good as well, and usually fairly quick to complete. Most people didn't score particularly highly on the mid-semester tests (I think the average was around mid-60's?), and the written response section of them was really quite specific and required a lot of detail for content that was only lightly covered during lectures. The exam was quite fair, and I didn't feel hugely rushed for time in it, which was good. Overall, a fairly good subject, even though the content was not necessarily my favourite

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2021

Terry and Heather are not bad lecturers by any means, but the content can be overwhelming at times. The recordings are pre-released and you just work through them and attend the weekly workshops. There is a lot to remember and a lot to take in, and revision is essential. However, the assessments were quite fair and very much doable. If you are organised and stay on top of the content, it is not difficult to do well in this subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

my favourite subject that I've completed so far at uni!! as already mentioned, Terry and Heather are so passionate about the subject which makes it so easy to learn about. I enjoy having the lectures set up in short online videos for each module (approx. 12 videos ranging from 5 min to 12 min) as it makes it easy to work through in short chunks. Also the videos are easy to fly through as you can comfortably listen to Terry on 1.5x speed and Heather on 2x speed. Yes, there is a lot of content but it is so interesting to learn about that it didn't feel like much at all! It would make sure people take special note of the tutorial questions as one of the questions covered in the tutorials was the EXACT SAME as one that was on the exam, so it really rewards those who pay attention. I also love this subject because they actually provide you with past MSTs and exams with answers (for mc and fill in the blanks but not SA) that really help guide what type of questions will be on the exam. If i could take this subject again, I would 10 times over!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Fantastic subject. You can just tell that Terry and Heather are just so good at what they do. They're super engaging and good at explaining concepts in an introductory manner. The subject set up, I think is organised perfectly in 11 modules covering 1 module a week with roughly 10-12 short vids on each module. It's super easy to follow along and the videos are short, but extremely well-made and the concepts very well explained in a concise manner. Yes, its relatively content-heavy, but if you keep up with the videos every week, that shouldn't worry you. The assessment is also great, you have 1 small quiz every week to help you keep up with the modules that accounts for 1% each, 3 small (and super easy) assignments worth 3% each, 2 MST worth 15% each and the exam worth 50%. They really help test yourself throughout the semester to make sure that by exam time you can be very confident in the types of questions they're going to ask. Honestly cannot say enough good things about the subject. You should have a drive for the biosciences, but I see anyone enjoying it just purely based on how interesting and well-taught it is.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Interesting content and the lecturers were highly knowledgeable, however you need to keep up with the lectures. At the end of this subject you'll feel proud that you've learnt so much!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

content heavy, hard, don't know what the lecturers expect from us.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Great subject. Dedicated lecturers who are always happy to help. A lot of resources are provided to prepare the students for all assessments. Very interesting content which is a great introduction to further biochemistry studies in later years.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Absolutely loved this subject. They gave so much practice material and the lecturer was incredibly engaging. There was very little actual chemistry as it was more focused on the molecular side of things - so that was right up my ally.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018