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Reviews

Although the lecturers tried to make this subject an 'introduction' to university biology and an 'extension' from VCE biology, it doesn't really flow on well from VCE biology at all - there is a heap of new content like physiology, plant structure and function and animal behaviour. I felt that this subject was very poorly organised - we were not taught properly on how to draw a cross section under the microscope yet were marked down a lot during that component of one of the practs. The skills workshops barely helped with anything and were a waste of time. There was also this 'numerical reasoning test' which was essentially free pract marks but no clear information was given on the purpose of this test and neither did the skills workshops help to develop any of these numerical reasoning skills. The biggest pain of this subject were the module tests. First of all, there's 4 of them - way to many for a subject and they're worth 20% in total. Furthermore, they were extremely detailed and question were poorly expressed, and a poor indicator of the hard work you've put in. Essentially, they were a good way to lose marks. As I am currently in second year and have done both msts online and under exam conditions, I can say that these 1st year bio module tests were harder and the amount of time you were given to work out hard problems was ridiculous (like 15 questions in 20 mins). Furthermore, some questions seem deceptively easy but are not easy at all. Though it can be good to make some questions challenging, there was a severe lack of practice materials, especially for the animal physiology component. Barely any relevant practice resources were given for this section, yet the questions done in the module test which was in class and assessed in the exam were very difficult. This was made even more frustrating by the fact that the lectures for this section were really rushed and I didn't feel like the content was covered properly, yet the amount of detail you were expected to know was quite ridiculous. The expectations for the assignment was equally as ridiculous. Even if you did cover the 'significant points' in this assignment, the marker you get could still mark you down if they didn't think it was 'significant' enough - the marking of this assignment was extremely arbitrary. Overall, this subject definitely does need to improve on its delivery and organisation. Although that being said, Semester 2 bio (Genetics and the Evolution of Life), is a huge improvement from this subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Loved this course as I took HL Bio in IB. (even though I got a H2A) Most of what you learn in IB is basically in this course. Some are even thought in the second semester course. So if you did Bio HL or even SL, you should be fine. The biggest difference was the practicals, so the lab. I never learned any lab skills in IB except how to use a microscope, so it was bit of a challenge, but you will get used to it. If you are worrying about animal experiments, you can talk to the dean beforehand and meet up with her. Dawn is lovely. Even though I am a vegan I did do the animal experiments. You get to choose if you want to partner up, so your lab partner could do the "ugly" bit and you could just watch over. Be sure to interact with the people at your lab table as you will help each other out. The online quizzes are very short in time, so you probably won't have time to do an actual "open book" quiz. Assignments can be quite stressful. I remember that everyone I knew got a horrible mark on the given assignment. So don't stress to much about that. The essential reading do help, even though I read only 2 chapters. They do put 1 or 2 questions from the essential reading content that is not taught in the lectures. The workshops are a bore, but it gives you 1 mark for the practicals, so do go to them. If you don't like bio and is not a pre-requite, do not take this course as it wont up your GPA/WAM

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

fun to learn on your own, boring to read from textbook, boring to listen to many lecturers (not all lecturers were bad), you will only do well if you put in effort. overall, decent subject, really need good memory skills is all.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Content-wise, great. First few weeks is a repetition of high school biology before moving on to more complicated topics, so might be hard for those who didn't take biology in high school. However, delivery of said content is not so great. It's quite hectic and most of the time I don't know what's going on, especially in the pracs.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Pretty interesting content but there is a lot of it particularly if you have not studied biology at school. In saying that, if you keep up to date it is manageable. Tutors are helpful and relatively easy to get a hold of. Practicals were actually quite fun and relaxed

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Very difficult and content-heavy without Year 12 bio or equivalent due to wide range of topics and high speed. Online tests were unhelpful and too specific, but context was well taught and had good variety.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Very manageable if you did IB Biology HL. May be quite difficult for those doing biology for the first time due to the very large amount of content. For pracs, the questions in the notes are not always what is assessed! Pay attention when they break down where the marks will come from. Overall enjoyable subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Basically revising what was learned in college/ year 12 equivalent, basic things in biology. Still manageable, first year first semester student may find it harder to manage until they have adjusted. I guess the most challenging part for some international students were remembering words in english

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Basically an extension of VCE Biology. If you like that, you'll probably like and do well in this.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

The content for this subject is pretty easy. Some chapters like the organelles of a cell have been taught in Year 12. It's like revising the knowledge that we already have in mind. However, practicals are super rush and heavily-assesed. Make sure to prepare before attending practicals as you might get some surprise quizzes during your lab work!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017