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H1 BIOM20001 NOTES TOPICS 3&4 (85)

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H1 (85) POST-MST-1 Complete Notes for MCB

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H1 Summary notes

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CAL Notes for MCB

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H1 BIOM20001 NOTES TOPICS 1&2 (85)

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H1 (85) MST-1 Comprehensive Notes for MCB

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MCB H1 Notes (CELL BIOLOGY)

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MCB H1 Notes (GENETICS)

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MCB H1 Notes (BIOCHEM)

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Reviews

My FAVOURITE SUBJECT! Is it a challenging subject? YES! Is it extremely interesting? YES! Is it difficult to get a H1? Now, that's completely up to you! I received a H1 for this subject and in my opinion, it wasn't too difficult. My biggest advice would be to summarise lecture content right after so the information is fresh in your mind. I used mind maps, cue cards and most importantly I studied with friends. I found that the content was well-integrated and I never got bored with what we were learning. Definitely worth it in the end if you put in the hard work throughout semester.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

he course is arranged for students to develop an understanding of the molecular aspects of biology at the biomolecular, sub-cellular and cellular level, leading to systems biology at an organismal level. This includes an understanding of the molecular and cellular basis of infections and host cell responses. The subject is multi-disciplinary being co-taught by staff in the departments of Anatomy & Neuroscience, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Genetics, Microbiology & immunology, and Pathology.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

MCB has so far been the subject I found most enjoyable throughout my undergrad. It's very well coordinated, the content is super interesting and it is overall a very rewarding subject. Though it is content heavy and it is by no means an "easy" subject, you'll find that the content flows well, it is manageable and the effort you put into the subject really pays off in the marks.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

A really wonderful subject overall. Although it is content heavy and requires lots of memorization it is also one of the most rewarding subjects. It covers biochemistry, genetics, pathology, immunology and microbiology. It provides great foundation knowledge if you want to pursue a career in medicine, research or other health sciences.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

As everyone says, it is a GREAT subject. Packed with content, sometimes the lecture slides seem endless, but still, it was a very well-organised, interesting subject. One tip is to form a study group where you can discuss lecture materials with your peers. Attempting to explain something yourself, and correcting each other, is the best way you can maximise your understanding, especially in a full-on subject like this. (warning: very easy to fall behind so be mentally prepared!)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

One of the hardest subjects I've ever done, but also one of the best, and undoubtedly the most rewarding. While I did say I found it hard, I also found it very manageable - yes, there's a lot of content, but if you keep on top of it week by week you'll be fine. What made it so great were the lecturers - all experts in their field, and with plenty of experience lecturing (and it showed!). The content itself was super interesting, and being able to recognise links between different subject areas once you'd learnt it all was so rewarding. I know people do a lot of fear-mongering about this subject, but it's really not that terrible! I ended up loving it, and I know I wasn't the only one in my cohort who felt that way.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

So good and so helpful for becoming a doc!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

It's an absolutely fantastic subject! Easily my favourite I've ever done, although there is a lot of content and it's quite in depth it's generally very very interesting and each topic complements the others really well. My advice would be to attend all your lectures. There are 7 a week, and if you skip one before you know it you're really far behind. Remember that lecture capture is very unreliable, and if it goes down it's extremely difficult to catch up before the next lecture. I'd also recommend doing weekly summaries to try and condense it all into a page or two, and start preparing for it over the summer by learning amino acid structures and characteristics!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

MCB was definitely the most challenging subject I have done so far, but it was also the most rewarding. The content is really interesting and I found it to be really well taught. The coordinators somehow managed to integrate the 5 core study areas pretty well, and I found it really interesting to view issues such as cancer through the lens of each area. MCB covers biochemistry, genetics, cell biology, microbiology and immunology, and pathology, so there is a lot to take in. Having said that, it really is worth the effort, and I came out of MCB thoroughly satisfied. I came out of this subject with a solid understand of the basis of a number of diseases, as well as a great base knowledge of the functioning of the body.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

Fantastic subject. It is true that you need to work hard - I would recommend learning those amino acids nice and early, as you will have a lot on your plate as the semester progresses. You will most likely only be questioned on the amino acids in multiple choice questions, but hey, every mark's a plus, and they are easy marks to get if you know them. Committing the amino acids to memory when you have the time to do it slowly and properly will mean more time during SWOTVAC to focus on the topics that are more likely to come up in written sections. Despite the obvious drag of having a lot to learn, I found that the amount of content covered in this subject provided me with an excellent grounding for future years of study. I majored in biochemistry, and found that I had learned either the same amount or perhaps even more than my science peers in the field of biochemistry. And what's more, I had also been given a taste of genetics, cell bio, microbiology, immuno and path - an opportunity which would be almost impossible for a science student who would need to enroll in a separate subject to cover each of those areas of study. At the end of the day, I had a well-rounded knowledge base and I was also able to make an informed decision about which area I would most like to major in. The subject was also interesting, structured and well-taught - it was a win-win for me! So stick at it, study hard! I'm sure the pain will pay off for you too :P

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2012