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Taking this online made the subject a real joke. Everything was very obviously meant to be done in-person, and very little was done to change assessment to help us. Although the tutors are the nicest and most hard-working ones I've ever had, I never finished a tutorial or workshop feeling like I had learned anything properly. I felt as if I had spent a lot of time pouring over discussion boards to think I had gotten the concept down, but the lectures should have conveyed that information properly in the first place. Some lectures weren't even worth watching, because the takeaway messages assessed were way more clearly explained in the workshops. The final exam was very open-ended, which they warned us it would be, and so it also meant that it was never really clear what they expected us to write. For the assignment, we received feedback from tutors and peers, but after making all the changes they suggested, there was no noticeable improvement in my final score. This was a rough subject to take, and I don't suggest it for anyone who doesn't intend on majoring in genetics.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Like the previous review, the content of the subject is quite good and overall the lectures were quite clear, although Mendelian inheritance/extra-chromosomal genetics was a bit harder to get your head around. Although past exams were a bit outdated, doing these papers still helped a lot with the actual exam because it exposed you to the different types of questions that could be on the actual exam. Although it was a bit frustrating not having any answers provided for the past exams, you could always solve the questions first and confirm with the tutor to see if it's correct. The actual exam was more on the difficult side, but it wasn't impossible to do well if you had put in effort throughout the semester - it was still fair and there wasn't anything to random or impossible to do. Thankfully this year they released information on 3 questions in Section C of the exam beforehand which I found was very convenient because it allowed you to think beforehand and saves time in the actual exam. Overall, still quite a good subject and I think they tried their best to change the things that the previous year's cohort were unsatisfied with.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

The subject is good, the exam is bad. No adequate exam preparation will be provided. Past exams found through online library records provided nothing after 2013 and the current co-ordinator started writing exams for this subject from 2014 onwards, so you have no exposure to exam format or style. You are not provided with any solutions to these old papers. You are not provided with a practise exam paper either. Information given prior to exam on section C was very vague and no time was given for contact. You are provided with 3 different data sets/question prior. My interpretation was to choose 1 and prepare for it before the exam. I sit down to find 6 data sets/questions and 3 must be answered. This was horrible. No where in the exam information were we told that there would be 6 questions/data sets in part C. I over heard many students complaining after the exam that they also misinterpreted this. There should be no room for misinterpretation. The 3 data sets/questions were released after teacher contact cut-off. Of course if you're a top student, these hurdles will be of no challenge to you. Very deep understanding of every single little concept (attendance to every tutorial and workshop required), you will do well no matter the exam preparation. If you're not a top student, but you want to become one - good luck.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Very interesting subject but dense and the first chunk is poorly lecturered. If you can get through that then the rest of the subject is pretty good with tutes to aid you!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

This subject was generally well-delivered in terms of lectures in 2017. The intra-semester assessments were decent, although the last assessment (population genetics) was more vague than the others because we were required to write an essay-ish response. What I didn't like about this subject was that the practice material was not very relevant to the actual exam.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

As others have said the questions they gave us to study were much easier that what was actually in the exam. The lecturers emphasised repeatedly that the subject is about problem solving but in reality there isn't enough time for much genuine problem solving in the exam and you have to rely more on recognising similar question set ups from past study (although they don't provide much good material to study with). The workshops mostly just rehashed frustrating online models we were given to do beforehand. Would not recommend this subject to anyone unless it is required for their major.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Worst subject I’ve ever taken at uni. The lecture notes are not uploaded beforehand because this supposedly reduces student interaction. Not to mention the subject itself is SO disorganised. I tried emailing the staff who happen to be 3 people only asking for help but each time, they claimed to be too busy. Complete waste of time and definitely not a great subject when it comes to boosting your wam/gpa. The content is also very confusing and the problem qns are not up to date with what’s taught in class. Assessments do not asses what you go through and worse of all, the practice material is very irrelevant. I really wish I hadn’t selected this terrible subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Past exam papers were not helpful at all. there was very little relevant exam preparation material and what was given was about five times easier than the exam

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Past exam papers were not helpful at all. Concepts that appeared on the exam were mainly based on one or two topics

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Very unorganised subject this semester, super difficult to stay focused during lectures. Both problem classes and tutorials weren’t recorded and answers weren’t provided after the class. During the semester all the tutorials were calculation based but exam rarely had calculations and asked things that we weren’t taught how to answer

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018