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Reviews

SUPR FUN

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Simple subject which was pitched to people who had never heard of physics before. Mostly concerned macroscopic forces and motion, some of which was similar to the classic 'inclined plane' and 'constant acceleration' questions which appear in VCE maths. (P.S. I took this subject in semester 1, 2012, but that doesn't appear in the drop-down menu, so I'll select semester 1, 2017, which is the oldest option available.)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Overall not a difficult subject and also possible to decently score well in provided you put in the effort. However, the lecturing quality and organisation was very poor and it was very frustrating having to go through the content over and over again in your own time to understand it, which takes up a lot of time. Pracs were quite dry and annoying and I didn’t really learn much from them. Tutorials weren’t really worth attending and would often make students more confused than before when the tutor doesn’t explain the question well. To be fair, this subject was quite a disappointment as I had anticipated to be a lot more enjoyable.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Content was interesting. Lots of maths, but remember in maths at school you were probably like, am I ever going to need this for anything? Well this subject is like maths but it actually has a point. Lecturers: first two lecturers, for mechanics and and for waves, were really good and engaging. Lots of demonstrations! The optics lecturer was a bit hard to follow and went over things too quickly. Practicals were stressful, often difficult to finish on time. Tutorials were pretty pointless, tutors were only there to answer any questions, which I rarely had. Despite these negatives, overall the subject was enjoyable. Do recommend taking it. (ps. Seeing the negative reviews from past years makes me assume that they did a revamp of the course.)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

bro, was pretty fun, the experiments were worth 5 stars, and most lectures were pretty good, just hard to understand sometimes, and not very fun. if you like maths mixed with words, with complicated as words btw, then you'll love this subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Made my first semester at uni not very enjoyable and was by far my least favourite subject. Was extremely content heavy for a subject for students who had never done physics before. Practicals were pretty boring but at least the demonstrators were there to help. Tutorials were a waste of time and most people ended up not going at all. Would definitely not recommend unless you need this subject as a prereq/for the GAMSAT

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Really enjoyed this subject! Having very little background in physics I was surprised how quickly I picked it up through attending the lectures, tutes and pracs. The lecturers and tutors are very enthusiastic and helpful

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Very reasonable subject and the staff are very nice and willing to help, but you have to be very proactive with your learning and put in the hard work. Do lots and lots of questions. There will be lots of past exams given around swotvac, i highly recommend doing all of them because they reuse questions a fair bit. Try to schedule your prac at the end of the week!! Otherwise the theory required for that prac won't have been covered in lectures yet which'll make it very difficult to do well in the report! Pracs are also often very pressed for time so do as much as possible before hand.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Considering all the bad reviews, I didn't actually think the subject was that bad. The tutes were a bit of a time-waster so didn't end up going to most of them and the pracs were a bit of a joke because they were based on theory that you hadn't been taught yet, but the actual lectures themselves weren't as terrible as some people make it out to be, and the exam (at least for this year) wasn't as bad as I thought it was going to be. If you do lots of practise questions before the exam, you should be fine (as long as you don't have high expectations).

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Very content heavy, slides and lectures are all over the place

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017