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I did this class as a breadth subject because I had heard good things about it from friends and classmates. It was the first online uni class I had attended (prior to COVID) and it was very well organised. The weekly topics were divided evenly in difficulty and reading requirements. Definitely recommend as a breadth to take that won't distract from your main subjects' coursework.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

I did this as breadth because I'm passionate about music and I'm studying health (biomed), but I didn't like it as much as I expected to. The content was not very engaging, and didn't seem super relevant to the assessment. You have to annotate readings online which is marked by a computer rather than an actual person, and the marking didn't seem very fair in my opinion (I didn't get any feedback as to why I was losing marks, so I kept losing marks each time since I didn't know what to improve on). The multiple choice questions are easy but so specific, you just have to search for key words in the video transcripts to find the answers. The essay is the major part of assessment. You have to make a playlist to address some aspect of health and then discuss why you chose each song by incorporating research. The online materials themselves seem quite distinct in each week, they don't flow much or build on knowledge. So, I'd recommend doing the essay early on, because you only really need to have seen the online materials from the topic you choose. Overall, it is an easy H1 and doesn't need much time (I only did about an hour a week before the essay) but I'd recommend doing another subject that would be more engaging and interesting.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020

Horrible since they brought in the readings that are automatically marked by an algorithm. Content is super dry and the essay marking was rather subjective, however that's what you can expect in this kind of subject.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020

Content was easy but a bit dry. The most important part is the final essay, I would recommend to start early (like way early I mean, I started more than one month before due date) and do more research before writing. Start early and finish early so you can focus on other subjects during final exam period. You can include outside resource and not required to link all the theory you learned in lectures to your essay. The writing would be way more easier if you did research and prepared drafts beforehand. H1 is easy!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020

Yeah easy subject, easy H1. I'd say this is like watching a Youtube series considering it's pretty much all done online. Best thing I got out of it was how to "research" papers and write an academic essay, which in that cases just take any other Arts subjects or something.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Content was interesting and lecturers were passionate. However, assessments were poorly explained and the final essay was marked very harshly without proper justification. I did its counterpart (music psychology) and absolutely loved that one (final grade was 90), but this was a massive disappointment.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020

A bit boring and dry content.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Subject was interesting for a while but became a little boring towards the end. Quizzes were a piece of cake, and the final essay wasn't too bad, though the grading on the final essay wasn't really clear (no feedback on what was lacking). Still, if you did well on the quizzes, an H1 shouldn't be a problem

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Quiz can be kind of tricky, essay is alright but really need to plan ahead and try out the playlist enough time to know what you can write or include. Overall a very interesting and enjoyable subject, but knowledge wise can be more limited with where you can use it, but good to know how music can influence your emotions.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Course is easy however its full of left wing radical social justice rhetoric, much of which doesn't have a very solid academic founding. So do this subject if you want easy marks not if you want to learn anything useful.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018