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Reviews

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

This subject was very enjoyable and Terry is absolutely brilliant at lecturing the content. To those who are planning to do this subject, don't be intimidated by the word 'Biochemistry' because there's actually very little chemistry involved; it's definitely a lot more on the biology side. To those who have done biology and chemistry (especially food chemistry) in year 12 of high school, this subject is essentially an extension of what you learnt (even though it is a second year subject). All the topics taught link very well with each other and content is not that overwhelming. The online lectures I found was fine although it would be nice to provide solutions to the tutorials even if you attended them to make sure you absolutely understand what you're learning. It was also really nice to see intended learning outcomes so you have a good idea of what is being assessed. Both the MSTs and the exam was quite fair and cover the content quite well. If you put in a decent effort throughout the semester for this subject, then it is also very possible to get 90+! Overall, a very rewarding subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Contrary to what is said, the new format is great. Terry is an amazing teacher, the Tute are really useful and the exams are well done. Just need to work well, it is a complicated subject of course but it couldn't be better taught.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

They changed the set up this year and it sucks. All online videos, one 1 hr tute a week in a packed lecture hall with only 5ish PollEv questions, tutes are not recorded and Terry will not provide answers for those who did not make it to the tute. Atleast the midsems were fair.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Amazing subject, well tutored, ample resources and with an all around brilliant teaching staff. Content heavy, but easily one of the most rewarding biological science subjects offered at university.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

I was definitely hesitant at the start of the semester about taking this subject, however, I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed it! Both Terry and Heather were really good lecturers and I found the tutes useful (with quite a few very similar questions that came up on the exam) and would definitely recommend attending them. Content was a mixture of chem and bio but the chemistry concepts were much easier to understand than first-year chem (so don't worry if you aren't the best at chemistry). Requires a fair bit of memorisation and revision but I feel as though I learnt a lot of interesting things across the semester

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