PHYS30005 Fully Comprehesive Notes (Weeks 9-12)

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These notes cover all lectures and tutorial questions from weeks 9-12. For other weeks, refer to my...

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PHYS30005 Fully Comprehesive Notes (Weeks 5-8)

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These notes cover all lectures and tutorial questions from weeks 5-8. For other lectures, refer to m...

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PHYS30005 Fully Comprehesive Notes (Weeks 1-4)

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These notes cover all lectures and tutorial questions from weeks 1-4. For weeks 5-12, refer to my ot...

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FULL H1 NOTES FOR PHYS30005

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PHYS30005 Muscle & Exercise Physiology - Skeletal Muscle Structure & Function; Muscle Injury; Muscle...

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PHYS30005 Lecture Notes

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Complete lecture notes for PHYS30005 Sem 1, 2017. TOPICS: Lecture 1: Skeletal Muscle Structure-F...

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PHYS30005 Notes Part C

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Very detailed notes on every lecture taught. All important diagrams and charts explained alongside t...

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PHYS30005 Notes Part B

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Very detailed notes on every lecture taught. All important diagrams and charts explained alongside t...

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PHYS30005 Notes Part A

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Very detailed notes on every lecture taught. All important diagrams and charts explained alongside t...

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H1 Muscle and Exercise Physiology Course Summary Notes

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Detailed H1 Muscle and Exercise Physiology notes, summarised across lectures (this course has signif...

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ALL you need to know about PHYS30005

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My notes are very detailed and to the point, which includes explanations from lecturers and importan...

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Reviews

everything was so vague in the subject

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

This subject is very badly taught. First of all, Rene is a great researcher {period}, he is extremely bad at teaching new concepts. He expects you to know certain knowledge about the content that are just not taught in prerequisites. A note to you, if you care about your WAM, the 2 MSTs which are 15% each are about 2-3 times harder than the final exam (60%). The final exam itself is relatively quire easy if you truly understand the underlying concept across lectures. I have 2 complaints about this subject (1) The lecturers. They need to learn to teach. Currently, Rene has many slides that contain graphs and concepts that have alot of implicit info which would require you to analyse and breakdown, it is especially difficult in the beginning of the semester to understand what the content is about because you are still just trying to synthesise the new very complex and foreign concepts. Rene should spend just 3 lectures covering the basic concept of physiology that pertains to exercise. This would have been much better. Cause currently the subject will give you aids. (2) The MSTs. We had questions that asked you to recall a newly discovered transporter that was in a diagram in the slides that was not even talked in detail much about. The only reason I can think of why that question even exist in the MST was to make sure you got it wrong, or were really good at guessing. This type of questioning is disgusting, if the assessment was about testing your luck and randomness finding ability, then sure.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Most boring subject ever, slides unclear and lecturer bad.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

A generally well taught subject, with plenty of guest lecturers to keep the course fresh and interesting. Throughout the semester, it is made quite clear what is required knowledge for the MSTs and exams, although some of the questions in the tests are quite specifically referring to subject matter that wasn't strongly focused on in lectures, therefore a broad understanding of the lecture material is vital.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014