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Reviews

Genetics is pretty challenging to me compared to Cells & Organisms. Perhaps I don't really like genes stuff so I find it very hard to grasp some of the concepts taught. However, lectures are pretty fun and interesting. I don't really enjoy tuto ials but maybe it's just my tutor. Make sure to get good scores for the online assesments as they give a total of 20% weightage. Final exam is okay but most students (including me) didn't have time to finish the whole paper. So better learn to work on time managemen!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Subject is very interesting but content is very heavy. Would not recommend taking this as breadth but possible. Not very first semester student friendly (mid year intake), was expected to know how everything works even if we were just starting our first semester. A lot of online test, pre- and post practicals. Also a lot of memorising. Not all the tutor will be able to answer your questions (covers very broad topics from genetics to animal diversity to protist and fungi). Have to stay on track, very hard to catch up once you fall behind. Readings are very important (not so much of the smart book), it's in exams and test but covered in lectures!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Structure was all over the place. They aren't very clear with the assessments and the lecture content doesn't flow at times. Then again it is Biology which is the only good thing about it. The pracs are super easy if you prepare well. Just be sure to do constant revision and don't fall behind.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Super subject. Only complaint is that I found tutes pretty pointless.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Very fun and informative

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

A LOT of content, overall pretty interesting subject, however if you fall behind it becomes pretty difficult. Practicals are fun sometimes a bit challenging. Just keep very on top of it and you'll do fine

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Great subject which if you study hard you can fairly easily get a H1. The pracs were pretty good and some of the lecturers were really great and helpful

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Dawn is really an amazing lecturer. I actually really liked this subject, though I definitely could've done better if I had stayed up to date with the lecture content. Assessments are marked fairly in my opinion, and the final exam wasn't too bad.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Genetics was great fun, because Dawn taught it with humour and enthusiasm! Evolution of life is interesting as well

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

A lot of content, but what you would expect from a first year subject. Some lectures seemed a bit disorganised but other lecturers were highly engaging and knew what they were talking about

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015