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SCIE10004 - Human Sciences: From Cells to Societies Detailed Lecture Notes (HD)

Written by Michelle

These are detailed lecture notes from weeks 1-12 for SCIE10004. Each lecture is covered in great det...

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Reviews

Personally, I found most of the content in this subject rather interesting! A big plus of this subject is its relatively low workload. Although, the 2hr lectures can be a bit of a drag but try to stay focused! The MCQ quizzes are not difficult. Just briefly study the lecture notes (and readings!) and you'll be sweet. I only read the lecture slides for the biomed section and scored a 95% - make of this what you will :). However, the final essay is a bit harder. I am not sure about previous semesters but Celia spent quite a few lectures going over how to approach this assessment. Listen to her advice! If you really need some more help with essay writing, talk to someone at Academic Skills. Also, get onto the essay early! You don't want to be wasting your SWOTVAC on this when you probably have a bazillion other big assessments coming up.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Interesting subject but not much direction provided for final assessment so its hard to do well because it is difficult to tell what they are looking for. Because there is no written assessment before the final essay, you don't get any feedback on how they would like to you to write. This subject starts off OK for those who like Science as the MCQ tests aren't bad, but the final assessment is a total drag and you'll end up spending your whole SWOTVAC on it and have no time for exam prep.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

MCQ tests are pretty easy if you study the lecture notes and essential readings. Lectures are not that important as I still managed to get a good score for one of the tests without attending any lecture for that particular discipline. That's because lectures are really boring and the lecturers basically read off the powerpoint so I find it useless to attend classes. What I like about this subject is the minimal workload as you do not need to attend tutorials nor practicals so the contact hours are very short. Just put more effort into the major assignment to secure a H1 :)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Overall a really interesting subject. Workload not too heavy compared to other first year science subjects. But there could be improvement with method to deliver lectures.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017