Physics 1: Advanced
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Quite fun subject, exam is pretty hard though. Just hope that you get a good teacher at laboratory in the start since bad one will not give you enough feedback to improve on your report or talks too much prelab
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017
A very in-depth look at some fundamental physics concepts and a fantastic course for those who are passionate about the field and inspired to learn everything they can about it. While you don't get any extra credits for it being an 'advanced' subject, it's worth doing if you really really love physics. The practicals, while a little shaky and disorganised to start, were a fantastic place to learn new concepts in an experimental fashion. The lectures were well delivered and the content well explained. The online assignment tools are great, and forgiving for those little mistakes you make along the way. They also house a plethora of practice questions to help you keep on top of the concepts covered in lectures. For students not strong in physics, I recommend doing one of the other streams, but for those who have a definite, burning passion for physics, Advances 1 is the subject for you!
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014
Really interesting subject with great lectures and coursework. Do if able