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PATH20001 H1 (91%) Notes (Part 2)

Written by Cassandra

This set of notes (Part 2) comprises Lectures 17-32 while notes for Lectures 1-16 are available in P...

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PATH20001 H1 (91%) Notes (Part 1)

Written by Cassandra

This set of notes (Part 1) comprises Lectures 1-16 while the remaining lecture notes are available i...

40 pages, 11130 words

Path20001: Exploring Human Disease (H1-86%) [Notes, Tutorials, Textbook, Readings, & More]

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Notes for PATH20001: Exploring Human Disease at the University of Melbourne. I got a H1 (86%) wit...

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Exploring Human Disease

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Comphrensive PATH20001 notes (with diagrams) that cover all 32 lectures of the subject. Fantastic fo...

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Very interesting but content heavy, though the content not overly difficult if you stay on top of everything. Whilst the MSTs and first two sections of the exam were fairly straightforward the essay section of the exam was very harshly marked leaving a majority of students disappointed with their end result as it didn't reflect the effort they put in and level of knowledge they possessed

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Assessment was fair and the content was interesting, but the subject was poorly coordinated and badly taught. Lecturers read straight off slides that had way more information than needed for assessment, so very easy to get overwhelmed and zone out. 90% of the class stopped going to tutorials and lecturers, so there is very little engagement with fellow students. Pretty disappointing overall.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Amazing subject, very interesting and interactive. As long as you keep up to date and revise, you should be fine. The only downside is that there’s a lot to learn like ALOT so take it if you’re actually interested bc the lectures themselves can be a bit fast paced at times. It covers a wide range of topics and includes aspects of anatomy, immunology (which is a bonus if you’ve never taken it before), etc. But rest assured, you’re not at a disadvantage if you haven’t taken those subjects before.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

quite a lot to remember and learn. But is good to be taken with pharmacology and immunology. Not that difficult.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Content is interesting but the subject is poorly taught so it becomes rather dry. Assessment was not too difficult

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

A bit poorly structured

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Solid introduction to Pathology. Most lectures delivered by Dr Vicki Lawson- she's pretty comprehensive, and the slides are pretty good. Sometimes I found myself thinking things were very complicated based on her explanations alone, however; once you get home and go over it, though, you'll see it isn't too bad.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2013