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Reviews

Definitely better than BIOL10004 in terms of content etc. Pracs weren't too challenging if you do the work beforehand and the genetics part was really interesting as well.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

love it since I love genetics

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

This subject had a steep learning curve for me because I hadn't done biology since year 9 of high school, but with some hard work, I was okay. I kept a list of new vocabulary so that I could glance back and see my own explanation of it. The material itself was pretty interesting, but I found there was too much of a focus on memorising facts rather than learning concepts. The exam was mostly multiple choice, which I thought was a bit of a joke, but whatever. Things have probably changed since I did the subject in semester 2, 2012. (The oldest option in the drop-down menu is semester 1, 2017, so I'll select that.)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Very interesting and wholesome subject. Great introduction to many important biological fields - genetics, evolution of animals, evolution of life and plants. Lectures mostly very interesting and colourful. Pracs pretty straightforward, relatively easy to score well. Tutorials also cover hard things properly. Do whole sample exam as Qs may be repeated in the exam!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

The best subject! I think that it is a really good subject as an introduction to Biology. Having never done Biology before, the content is quite basic and useful. The prac can be boring but the lectures are not hard to understand. Overall an engaging and interesting subject! LOVE IT :D

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

An exhausting subject that feels like their content can’t decide what it feels like doing. You do genetics for the first half, which mind you has no discernible difference between module 1 and 2 and is just a clusterfuck, then for the third quarter you’re ass deep in 3rd year ecology shit learning about the existence of shit like choanoflagellates; what are they you might ask? I don’t fucking know because it was skimmed over in 2 seconds out of all the collective contact hours but you bet there’ll be a 6 mark question on them in the exam. And you also have a whole ass prac where you stare at flowers and rip them apart to be like huh yep that’s a fuckin flower alright. Then for the last quarter they’ll throw you back onto some random genetics stuff again out of nowhere and by god if I hear Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium ever again I WILL kill myself. Why is this a prerequisite for the bioengineering systems major? I’m trying to engineer medical technologies for HUMANS, not calculate the rate at which a unicellular clump of slime will fucking die out. Do not do this subject unless it is absolutely essential for your career path.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Interesting subject which leads on from BIOL10004. This subject features a decent teaching group, the likes of which include some very interesting lecturers, and some who are quite brilliant at lecture delivery. The content and examinations are fair, and the subject itself is quite simple when compared to later year's content.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

A bit harder than BIOL10004. However, if you love bio, it's not that hard. If you took Bio HL in IB, you already know some of the content. In BIOL10004 the IB helped a lot more compared to this subject. The pracs were much more interesting in my opinion. There will be tests in the pracs with little time given, so not only revise the prac sheets beforehand, but take notes during the prac and be sure to listen to your demonstrator, they are there to help. The assignment was easier than the BIOL10004, even though it looked complicated at first. Be sure to take good notes and use them for the online quizzes. I listen to the recordings so it does help to take better notes. I found that the quizzes were easier in this subject, but keep in mind that I learned to take better notes this semester. Workshops seemed more fun this time around, but it might be because of the friend group I had. Be sure to socialize! I read more of the essential readings this time around, but honestly, do not stress to much about it.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

The content was really interesting and well taught. The assignments and tests weren't too hard and there was support whenever you needed it. The tutors in this subject and BIOL10004 were really helpful and contributed to making the subject enjoyable.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Great subject with interesting content

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018