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Reviews

Surprised at how much I enjoyed this subject. Definitely not easy, there is a lot to learn and some parts can be quite challenging. Keep on top of the lectures for sure, especially as there are two MSTs that are very fair, the practice MST was a very accurate representation. The lecturers were really great and I found a lot of the content very interesting. The start was a bit tedious, but it gets better. The tutes are recorded. Worthwhile attending/watching as lecturer goes through content and how to answer questions. Attend/watch the lectures! All lecturers frequently dropped hints about the exam, additional info in lectures not on slides. The past exams were very good indications of the final exam. Time was not a problem for me in the exam. Content not maths heavy and calculator not required in exam. Not hugely chemistry heavy like subjects I have taken in the past, also incorporates a lot of biology. My favourite subject of this semester.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Generally well taught and intellectually stimulating subject. MSTs were very fair and weekly quizzes an easy way to earn 10%. Excellent feedback on all pieces of assessment. Tutorials were super helpful and a great way to get caught up on content you may not have understood. Would definitely recommend :)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

MSTs are really hard and content can get very dry at times. Tbh the only reason I took this subject was because it is a prerequisite for post grad health sciences otherwise I wouldn’t have. There actually is a bit of chemistry although not very heavy. The lecturers themselves are fantastic and the DNA series was probably my favourite because it was a lot more biology-focused however I found myself watching YouTube videos to better understand the other topics which got pretty confusing at times. Having said that, if you try anyways, you’ll do well. :)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

If you plonked chemistry, rest assured. This subject is about memorizing mechanisms but is not chemistry heavy. H1 very achievable, just make sure you apply yourself on the Msts and memorise the mechanisms after each lecture. Got 86 even though I'm becoming allergic to chemistry. Good luck my friends

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Very well coordinated. Terry is a really great lecturer and he explains concepts really well. Content can be heavy and challenging but still interesting.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Genuinely a really good subject. Easy to do well in if you focus on what they ask you to learn. Heather's lectures themselves can be a little all over the shop, but she's so clear on what she wants you to know, and has super handy lecture summary questions at the end of her lectures. Overall a H1 is actually very achievable if you stay on top of things.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Best thing about this subject is that there are no practicals and both lectures and tutorials are recorded. However not an easy subject. It requires a lot of hard work and keeping up to date with the work each week is key. Best lecturer was definitely Heather because her content was interesting and she explained it really well, her tutorials were the best. Terry was cool too but he speaks quickly which isn't good for the content he teaches which is very heavy. This subject definitely requires commitment and persistence. Overall though, interesting subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Terry is a great lecturer and coordinator, but i still found this subject really tough.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

It is a pre-requisite to many subjects and post-graduate courses. Textbook's not recommended as it's lengthy and you may not be able to finish it before exams. Therefore, save the money for textbooks and use it for 1 on 1 tutoring for best results.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

Overall this is a very well organized subject. Information that is needed for the final exam is well highlighted, and it was clear what sort of questions would come up. There are many past papers to study with as well. It is a straightforward subject if you know what they are looking for and also have a good study plan.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015