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Very interesting and a lot easier to learn, compared to the 1st year biomed first semester core subject (Biomolecules and Cells). The subject was very well organised and the tutorials were helpful, especially for exam preparation. The lecturers want you do to well (rather than trick you etc), so if you put in the effort, the exam is quite doable and you'll see that it's not too challenging to get H1!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

This subject was enjoyable. It explored many aspects of Biology: Microbiology, Human Evolution, Genetics and DNA mechanisms. There can be many foreign terms in Microbiology which requires a good understanding. Genetics can be easier but it requires a good grasp of the linking of genetics and the mathematical ratios.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

A fun subject that inspired my love of genetics

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

This subject was really enjoyable and reminded me why I chose Biomedicine. The first half of the course is very content-heavy and involves a lot of memorization, it's essentially an introduction to Microbiology. The second half covered Genetics, which relied more on analytical thinking and skills. The practicals complimented the lecture content very well, but the prac assessments were tricky and required quite a bit of preparation. I imagine this subject would be challenging for those who did not do Year 12 Biology, but it is not hard to do well if you stay reasonably on top of the content. The tutorials were really helpful too, not compulsory but I highly recommend going to prevent falling behind. You'll thank yourself at the end of semester.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

A truly fascinating subject that delves deep into the history of human evolution and how our genes play such a vital role in our lives. Though there is a lot of content to study and remember, most of it is very interesting and overall the subject is quite rewarding

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Very heavy on genetics. Useful :)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Great basic biology course. Resources are in abundance.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Practicals are where most of the people struggled so do well in practicals and post prac tests! Be careful of the sudden parasite question that might come out in the exam.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

This subject covers microbiology, parasites, human evolution, disease control and genetics. You literally have to memorise almost every fungus, bacteria, protist, hominin in the lectures so make sure you do that before exams as they will ask you questions like "What class of protists is Plasmodium?" The content is very interesting and straightforward. Practicals are a pain and I found them quite boring but they are easy marks. Tutorials are useful as they go through practice problems. The 8am lectures can be a bit of a drag but you get used to it. Or you could always watch them online. Overall, interesting and well organised subject.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015


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