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PHYS20008 Human Physiology Semester 1 2016 lecture notes

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Comprehensive and detailed notes from phys20008 readings

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These are the notes from the prescribed readings for this subject Readings can take upwards of 2h...

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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 Human Physiology Lecture notes - Part 3 (H1)

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PHYS20008 Human Physiology Lecture notes - Part 2 (H1)

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PHYS20008 Human Physiology Lecture notes - Part 1

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H1 STUDENT, detailed notes for PHYS20008

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PHYS20008 Semester 1, 2017 Study Guide

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Human Physiology ALL Lectures (1-33)

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Reviews

WONDERFUL class. Charles is an absolute legend, probably one of the best lecturers in Uni. Even though the content was semi-hard he makes things interesting and wanting to learn.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

absolutely amazing. charles sevigny is an amazing lecturer and although the assessments were difficult, it tested your understanding of concepts rather than ROTE memorisation. definitely recommend to take this.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Great bloody subject because of the infamous Charles. Just watch out for a few ambiguous test questions which makes life a tiny bit difficult... but I guess that's physiology

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

The content is quite heavy and occasionally makes you want to slam your head against your desk, but Charles is an amazing lecturer that guides you and gives creative ideas to explain a lot of the material presented. The extra workshops also provide more learning and really does help!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Possibly one of the best life science subjects I have taken so far. Charles is well known amongst students to be one of the best lecturers and he is. He makes tough content seem so effortlessly easy to understand. Whilst the assessments were challenging, the subject overall was amazingly organised and I had a lot of fun learning the content!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Charles is one of the best lecturers I have ever had!!! The subject is a lot of fun and the lecturer is great explaining complex concepts in a simple way. It is quite a difficult subject with a lot of content.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

An extremely well taught subject. Tips? Make sure you attend the workshops (even though they are recorded)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Absolutely loved this subject, Charles is an amazing lecturer and incredibly engaging. Val is also really helpful. Plenty of online modules and resources are provided. Assessments are challenging, but not ridiculous and focus more on application of concepts rather than rote-learning. Would highly recommend to any science student interested even slightly in Physiology.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Great subject! the lecturer makes the content interesting. Second half of the course gets quite a bit harder though.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Amazing subject, lots of fun with great lecturers. However, there is a lot to remember as well as lots of lateral thinking on the exam, so stay on top of notes and ensure you fully understand the content.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016