Techniques in Molecular Science
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Covers all lectures in detail on the following: - Pipette and Spectrophotometer Use - Gel Electr...
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BCMB20005: Techniques in Molecular Science Notes (H1: 85%) [Lecture Notes, Tutorial Notes, Laboratory Manual Notes, Experiment Notes, Technique Notes, Quiz Notes and More]
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Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
Pracs are chill and the reports were surprising enjoyable to write (: Overall really well organised and fun subject
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
Enjoyed the pracs!
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017
Very time consuming and challenging subject, however one of the most rewarding subjects I have taken at university
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015
Very fun subject! Demonstrator acts as your friend and guides you during pracs especially if you make an effort to approach him/her. Subject coordinators are friendly and tutorials are helpful in understanding lecture materials
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015
2013 student here- Depending upon your demonstrator, you can get a terribly hard marker which can add up. I had friends getting 9/10 just for showing up, but our group was getting 6/10 average because of deductions in 'participation'- you are expected to be able to answer class discussion questions (whether you understand the material from the preprac or not, and tbh most weeks the prepracs were hard with no pre-reading) so be ready for that. There is a lot of work involved, both for prepracs and in each prac class, and a lot of the time I felt stressed in the prac class because of the amount of stuff you had to do. There is a prac exam, it's not rocket science but if you are like me and prefer having time to think before doing you won't like it much. The exam in 2013 was harsh. Honestly, I spent a lot of my time hating on this subject, but if Biochem is your thing then I guess you may enjoy it? One plus is that you will definitely know how to use a pipette by the end.