FOOD20003 : Food Chemistry, Biology, and Nutrition -Summary Textbook and Lecture Notes

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Terrible. Badly coordinated, really harsh marking on essay with nothing but a copy and paste piece of feedback, bad lecturing and really absurd lecture times that make it near-impossible to attend for most people. Steer clear.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

I would give 1.5 star. The subject has a lot of content. Pangzhen, one of the lecturers didnt even know what he was talking about. He kept mumbling to himself. On top of that, he was not sure what he wrote on his slides so he had to take 10 seconds to read the slide before continuing again. Basically, it was just a disaster. As mentioned by someone, not sure how he is qualified to teach.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Worst subject ever! Poorly coordinated and the lecturer was really bad!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

I am writing this review while sitting in the lecture. I did enjoy the subject overall although it has a fair bit of content. However, for the last 2 weeks of this semester we got a new professor and I cannot seem to understand how he was declared to be fit for teaching. Every 2 words an aaah and basically is inserted into his sentence structure which makes it unbelievably hard to follow. One example of the slides: "If vitamin D mobilises calcium from bones, deficiency in vitamin D should prevent calcium loss from bones and should not mega doses of Vitamin D should result in low bone density diseases such as osteoporosis/osteomalacia?" How is anyone supposed to understand this? Really disappointing!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

This was a fantastic subject! The content is interesting and straight forward and all assessment is well guided. The only issue I had was the lack of support material (eg practice exams). To score well on the tests and final exam I highly recommend getting your hands on a copy of the textbook. Complete the suggested readings and end-of-chapter questions (some of which are covered in tutorials) and keep your ears open for the little hints that lecturers drop from time to time. :)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Pretty easy content wise while still fairly interesting. Lectures could be boring and drag on, and often weren't fully recorded, but I did pick up some cool facts. My tutor was often late to class (like, significantly late) and told us different things to what the lecturer told us. However, still enjoyed the subject overall

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

A very straight forward subject without the need for much background knowledge. The assignment is an essay with a given research topic. The lectures aren't great but you can easily learn content from the notes or textbook.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

Quite an interesting subject, and not at all too hard. Had fairly easy concepts to understand, especially if you have done biochemistry or human physiology before. Can get a little full-on with the memorisation when it comes to food sources of vitamins and minerals. However outside that it's an enjoyable, easy to understand subject, with real-life applications that's not too hard to score well in. Would definitely recommend!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Subject was poorly coordinated. Some lecturers aren't able to finish their lecture materials which are still tested in exams (and expect us to learn them by ourselves). Lecture notes provided are also a pain. One lecturer has notes which are irrelevant to the subject while another lecturer had notes which had little elaborations on content

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015