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This is a really straightforward subject and easy to get a H1 in. The assignments are laid out in a step by step form which if you follow the method correctly, you can easily score 90%+ in. The lectures are run once a week for 2 hours. The content in the lecture is quite dry and dull, but if you keep up with your notes and make them really detailed you should be good. The content is quite easy to memorise as well, as the slides are also very detailed. In the MSTs, the questions were never really application based, it was more content straight of the slides which was good. Tutorials every week were helpful for questions on assignments. The exam was also like the MSTs. Overall, this subject was super CHILL, and I recommend it for anyone doing a BSc, as it counts as a science subject :D

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2021

Really great subject. The lecturer is kind of boring, but the information is very practical, well-presented, and interesting. Assignments are guided and it is relatively easy to get an H1. Tutors are always willing to answer questions (which there are a lot of).

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2021

Very interesting and practical subject - highly recommended doing as breadth. Also one of the most structured subjects, the assignments are very straightforward and organized, and most of all it puts all the content from lectures to use. So as long as you understand the content in the assignments, you will be pretty much covering most of the lectures as well.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Such a chill subject. Really interesting and stimulating content, with very straightforward assignments (step-by-step instructions) and exam (just 10 short answer questions for a 3 hour exam). There is just the right amount of content to learn- not too much/too difficult, not too little/too boring. An easy H1, great for breadth.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017