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The content was pretty good. There were many different lecturers who all had different fields of expertise. Of course, some of the topics and lecturers were not the greatest but for an introductory materials subject, it was pretty good. I also enjoyed how the mechanics and chemistry of materials were introduced, as this is specifically relevant to engineering majors. On the other hand, the tutors were not great to deal with. They were awesome on the discussion boards but poor during tutorials and question times. Some of the assignments were really tedious and time consuming, with what was expected of us taught in 10 minutes at the end of one of the first lectures. Unfortunately, the 2020 exam was online and was an absolute shitshow with questions being asked that were not taught and it being significantly more complex than past exams. Overall, I do recommend this subject but just understand the teaching team aren't the greatest. Just put in the work and you should get something out of it.