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It is a great introduction into the lab aspect of pathology. The topics were interesting and relate to real-life issues. The only set back for me was that I felt that the lab record books and scientific reports were quite harshly marked. The end-of-semester MCQ was fair but there were some questions that required deeper thinking.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

This subject was a fantastic introduction to Pathology. The pracs were really chilled and fun, and the lecture content was very light. It is easy to do well on the reports and lab book provided that you follow your demonstrator's feedback carefully, and from what I've heard, most of the demonstrators were happy to answer emails if you had any questions about the reports. The 5 topics were all really interesting real-life scenarios. I was worried about my prac technique, but they walk you through all the techniques really slowly and you become a master at pipetting by the end of it! I rated it 4 stars because the subject timetable was poorly set out in that we only received feedback for report 1 after report 2 had been submitted, so that is 30% of your grade submitted with no real indication of how you've done, which could have easily been avoided.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

A VERY interactive subject that gives you lots of experience in working in a lab and writing up scientific reports. The content is not too heavy. Your performance comes down to how prepared you are before your practicals and making sure you follow the criteria when writing up your reports. Having a good demonstrator is also key- if you can, try to form a study group via chat, etc. with peeps in your group which is super helpful. The only reason I’m giving it 4 stars is because at times, important materials weren’t uploaded on time on the LMS such as results and because they can take their time when it comes to giving feedback so you won’t really know where you stand until after you’ve done a few practicals and reports. Overall, great subject, very insightful and there’s a total of 5 pracs which is very doable not to mention the exam is held in week 12 and is MCQ so you’ll be done with the subject before your exams.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Not a bad subject, if you've done path before you'll find the theory aspect quite straightforward. It's a really good subject to learn how to write proper scientific reports, they walk you through it quite slowly and in depth which I found really helpful. Definitely a good selective choice!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Great subject with very helpful coordinators and demonstrators in practical classes. Always willing to answer your questions and promote interest in extracurricular pathology studies. Assessments consist of written practical reports due every 2weeks, in lab and workshop participation, prac online quizzes (short), lab book completion and an end of year MCQ exam. This subject enhances your academic writing skills and prepares you for 3rd Year lab based studies. Relatively easy H1 providing you participate in class and pay careful attention to workshops. Would definitely recommend!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Fantastic subject! Don't be overwhelmed by the prac component - It is all aided and very well organised. Easy to do well if you're willing to put in the work during sem :)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014