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MIIM30014 Full Lecture Notes + Summary Tables + Revision Questions [H1 - 94%]

This set of notes has helped me score 90% in MST-1 and 100% in MST-2 with a final 94%. I hope it hel...

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MIIM30014 – Virology – Full Lecture Notes – *TOP STUDENT* H1 (94) - 2020

MIIM30014 – Virology – Full Lecture Notes – *TOP STUDENT* H1 (94) - 2020 Full Lectures notes (incl...

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Virology notes

It covers all the lectures in virology apart from the flip classes. Those notes are not a simple...

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Notes and mock MCQs: Viral pathogenesis, immune responses to viruses and viral evasion mechanisms

Topics: -Viral pathogenesis (respiratory viruses, sexually transmitted viruses, viral chemotherap...

15 pages, 2947 words

MIIM30014 Notes- based on Learning Objectives (H1)

Concise notes that covers all the content from both reading and lectures in key points, designed as...

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MIIM30014 MST01 Mock MST (with solutions)

Topics: -Techniques for studying viruses -Viral transcription/replication: dsRNA viruses...

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Profile of the viruses we'd learnt about

Topics: -Enteric viruses -Sexually transmitted viruses -Arboviruses -Oncogenic viruses -Respir...

7 pages, 2555 words

MIIM30014 - MST1 Lecture Notes - H1 (98)

MIIM30014 - MST1 Lecture Notes - H1 (98) Topics Covered: L1: Introduction to Viruses L2: Cul...

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MIIM30014 - MST2 Lecture Notes - H1 (96)

MIIM30014 - MST1 Lecture Notes - H1 (98) Topics Covered: L12: Viral Pathogenesis I L13: Viral...

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A bit conflicted about this one. I thought that the content itself was really really interesting and coming out of this subject I feel like I've definitely learned a lot about viruses. And by a lot, I mean A LOT, because holy crap is this subject insanely content heavy. The coordinators, Damian and Jason, are both really nice but I think that the way the subject is taught could definitely do with some reorganisation. I felt like the order in which things were taught were a bit messy. In fairness though, it seems like they did a lot of reorganisation to increase the number of COVID-related lectures so that may be why things felt like a mess. Not a bad subject by any means, but definitely not an easy one. If you like viruses and are not afraid of a heavy workload, do it because you'll get a lot out of it.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

Honestly, Yes virology is interesting especially if you want to know about COVID-19 but this subject is very heavy in content and ROTE learning. Personally, i'm not a rote learning fan so this subject was not enjoyable for me.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020