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2019 S1 PHYS20008 Notes

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Comprehensive H1 Human Physiology Notes

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PHYS20008 Human Physiology Lecture notes - Part 3 (H1)

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PHYS20008 Human Physiology Semester 1 2016 lecture notes

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PHYS20008: Human Physiology Notes (H1: 88%) [Lecture notes, Workshop notes, PRS question notes, Textbook notes, etc.]

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PHYS20008 Human Physiology clear and organised notes (H1)

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PHYS20008 Semester 1, 2017 Study Guide

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The subject was very well run and very engaging, and it inspired me to major in physiology. Charles is an incredible lecturer, and very good at explaining interesting concepts. In the online format, the major assessments were all extended response and you had to demonstrate you understood the concepts discussed in lectures. However, they were fairly marked. A study group is almost essential, but if you do it with friends, or make some along the way, it is likely one of the best subjects you will take in your degree.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Amazing subject. Literally my favourite subject of my entire degree so far. Absolutely recommend as an elective if you're unsure of what science subjects to take and enjoy biology.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020

I took this as an elective in Sem2 of 2020. We have a really good subject coordinator, Charles who is really good in lectures and he is really hilarious, all of my friends enjoy his classes. For someone who only took this as an elective, I totally do not regret taking this subject cause physiology is interesting and makes you understand your body better and how it works in everyday life (coming from someone who has luke-warm feelings for Biology). In terms of workload, the way this subject is structured is such that memorising will not bring you far as compared to comprehending the topics well. Another part of this subject that I love is its assessment. We have 10 weekly quizes (MCQ, can be tough tbh), 2 assignments (long answers) and one final exams (all long answers). You are allowed to discuss ALL the assessments with other people (However you will need to submit individually). So if you are stuck on a particular area of the subject, you can form study groups where members teach and help each other out. A really rewarding subject for me!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020

Charles S is the best lecturer I've ever had. Super passionate about physiology and he made the subject so much fun! It was so engaging & interesting, despite having to learn over zoom due to COVID. The content is interesting & the mid semester tests & CALS were a great way to ensure you were on the right track with content - super helpful when it came to the final exam. Charles was super understanding when it came to the COVID situation and tailored the examinable material and approach to suit the circumstances. I got a H1 in this subject and I found that the subject was very integrative and conceptual. Compared to ANAT20006, this subject very much focussed on applying principles to hypothetical situations and piecing together the functions of different body systems. You are given a number of different resources to aid in your understanding and application of subject material (workshops were very helpful! Q&A sessions, facebook discussion group, extra videos shared to explain content).

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Loved this subject, really interesting content, fair tests, and really well taught

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Most engaging lecturer I've ever had.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Loved loved loved this subject. Some parts of content were particularly challenging, but the lecturer is great at explaining things through and is so engaging and funny. The subject really focuses on your understanding of concepts rather than simple recall of facts, which can be good or bad depending on your learning style and commitment to the subject, but I found that the workshops and the lecturer's competence in explaining things really prepared you for the exam if you worked on it.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

I had a love-hate relationship with this subject. Charles is a very engaging lecturer. His humour and concise explanations make you want to attend lectures. However, this subject is very conceptual. It examines your understanding of concepts rather than recalling random facts about the body (which can be tricky, very different to other 2nd yr health sciences prereqs like ANAT20006). Assessments from Charles can also be hit-or-miss, as mentioned in other reviews. But, you are given plenty of resources to test your understanding of concepts like weekly quizzes, practice MSTs and workshops. If you make an effort to actively engage with the content in this subject, you will do well :)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

As others have mentioned, the lecturer for this subject (Charles) is absolutely fantastic - very engaging, and goes through concepts thoroughly to make sure everyone understands. While the content of this subject looks to be less than ANAT20006, I found it comparatively harder (at least in terms of the final exam) as it really does examine your understanding of concepts, rather than factual knowledge. That's what physiology is, though, hence why I'm not detracting any stars from its rating. A fantastic subject!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Great entertaining lecturer. Seems like a lot of content but in fact doesn't require as much memorising. Instead requires a lot more understanding. The assessments from Charles can be quite difficult. They can be hit and miss in terms of whether you do well or not as well as you'd like.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016