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Reviews

Not sure if this is only since the new syllabus update but it's the same as Biology: Life's Machinery (in science). They just re-used the lecture recordings from last year and gave us the same lectures as those in Science. Pracs were also the same, but the assingment was slightly different (Biomed was easier tbh cause they gave us the results). Some of the lecturers sucked and had wrong information (literally stating the opposite to the diagram shown on the screen) BUT others were amazing (e.g. the immunology cat lady). If you're good at MCQs then it's easy to score well in the pracs + quizzes. Group project is a poster and is marked kinda harshly so be careful. Exam was really weird, but ok if you study the content. Would have been good to get more relevant practice... Overall can still do well in the subject (I got a 91) and bits of it are interesting, but it's a bit all over the place...

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2022

A good introduction to second-year biomedicine subjects such as MCB. Concepts not particularly difficult if you have done Year 12 biology, but will be more challenging if you haven't. The lab demonstrators and tutors were really helpful, and while I didn't find the practicals very helpful in consolidating my understanding of the lectures, they weren't difficult to do. All in all, a good subject, and a H1 is definitely achievable if you put in the effort!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

A great subject that gives you both an overview of biology, with a level of detail that provides the necessary foundation for future biology subjects. Definitely makes you think broadly, but in terms of memorising, is not too intense. Understanding processes is definitely prioritised. Keeping up with the lectures will go a long way. Labs get quite interesting towards the end of the subject with dissections.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

This is quite a difficult subject given the amount of content you have to memorize. Out of the first year biomedicine subjects this is probably the hardest and you will have to put a considerable amount of work in to it.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

I found that this subject had a little bit of everything, which could be a great thing and a bad thing at the same time. I personally enjoyed delving deep into the details (as in Second year Biomedicine subjects) rather than covering the overview of the body systems (as in this subject). However the labs were interesting. Not sure whether having done high school biology is immensely helpful.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

This subject is an introductory subject to Biology in University. However, it requires VCE Year 12 Biology and can be fast paced. It is a core subject for Biomedicine students. Lecturers are good, however, students need to keep up with the workload, adjusting from high school.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

half is a review of your VCE Yr 12 Biology. and the rest is about different human systems but at a very shallow level. requires just carefulness and memorization. Lab very interesting.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Well-organised subject, a great intro to bio. If you haven't done VCE bio before (me) it IS a lot of information and you have to be on top of it all from day one. Content heavy but interesting.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Interesting subject but pay attention to everything the lecturers mention and stay on top of your stuff. Even the smallest detail can become an extended answer question. Would recommend doing all of your reading and revise old contents every 3 weeks.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

I found this subject to be the perfect introduction to Uni, it had a good blend of VCE biology with some new information added in here and there to keep me challenged without being overwhelming

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017