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In contrast to VCE literature classes, this subject felt cramped and rushed, and I didn't feel as if I ever grasped a true understanding of any of the texts I studied for the duration of this course. Most lectures were insightful and interesting, but held little value when it came to writing the assessments. The tutorials were also interesting, but there was only one a week, and they were only an hour long, so there was very little time to spend on each text, and the conversation mostly went off on a tangent or focused on a niche that was not useful to the assessment. The way my essays were marked was very helpful and improved my writing skills in the long run. Our tutor gave us 3-minute voice messages of feedback which offered much more than the usual side-notes and criticism. I think if you have the mind of an academic rather than the mind of a writer, or you're accustomed to University style literature classes already, you'd enjoy this subject a lot more than I did.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017