Physics for The Life Sciences

Zinke-Allmang, Martin

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Physics for The Life Sciences

Zinke-Allmang, Martin

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Physics : Volume 2

Wilson, Ann

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H1 STUDENT, detailed notes for PHYC10006

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Lecture-by-lecture notes in great detail. Expands on lecture slides and includes all important point...

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Comprehensive Subject Notes for PHYC10006

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These PHYC10006 notes summarise everything you need to know, and are in a dot-point form. These n...

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Reviews

Horrible lecturers and horrible style of teaching. The concepts are interesting but challenging at the same time. I stopped attending lectures after week 2 as I found them extremely boring. I taught myself for the rest of the semester. The tutorials are not mandatory so I never attended them as they tutor was even worse than the lecturer. Practicals were the only thing that I enjoyed throughout the semester. Assignment was pretty good but needed careful thinking. The exam is pretty long and not that easy! I couldn't finish my exam. However, because I love physics I got 85 i.e. H1 in the subject.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Lectures are nice and neat, cool demos and pracs. Log books are hard to write though, it takes a lot of effort.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

I used to hate physics in high school but I enjoyed this subject. Michelle and Ann were great lecturers (although I prefer Ann more) Heaps of exercises given before the exam.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Practicals were awesome.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014