Drugs in Biomedical Experiments
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This subject doesn't require a lot of memorisation of concepts, but it's more about building practical skills and using logic to solve problems that you might encounter in a practical/laboratory setting. It wasn't a subject that required a lot of notes, but rather required you to think. If you like problem-solving and you're good with logic, then you can do quite well in this subject..
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
Not a hard subject and the staff are extremely knowledgeable, but don't expect to be anything particularly stimulating. The pracs are quite monotonous on the whole and there's not a whole lot of content extension from prior subjects.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017
It really wasn't too bad. Also, members in your group play a very important role so hope that you get grouped with students who are actually interested in the subject and proactive (also it helps if they're smart)
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016
This is a practical subject, very relaxed, heaps of time to finish the practicals. The staff were very friendly.