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Comprehensive Food for Healthy Planet notes (H1 87 mark)

Chronological notes for the entire semester and includes all 4 forums held (guest speakers) - Li...

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H1 (91%) Exam Cheat Sheet

This is a double sided A4 cheat sheet for the end of semester exam. Notes are separated clearly into...

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UNIB10009 (FFHP1): H1 (84) Comprehensive Summary Notes (2020)

Topics included: - Lecture 1: Introduction & Environment - Lecture 2: Feeding a Hungry...

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H1 (96%) Comprehensive Lecture + Tutorial Notes

- Includes chronological notes for all 12 weeks, including guest forums held (forum topic may vary y...

83 pages, 17008 words

PART ONE - High H1 succinct summary notes

Succinct summary notes - incorporating lecture content, tutorial and forum topics. Received a high H...

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Complete cheat sheet --Very easy to follow --Organised and divided to 4 main topics, titles for e...

8 pages, 4389 words

H1 Final Exam Cheat Sheet

COMPREHENSIVE FINAL EXAM CHEAT SHEET - Contains main points for all topics covered in the course (W...

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Food For a Healthy Planet I (FFHP10009) Comprehensive Summary Notes

An easily accessible and comprehensive summary of the FFHP I, with all lectures covered in detail. T...

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Comprehenive H1 Summary Notes

These summary notes have been divided to cover all the topics and are presented in a lecture by lect...

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UNIB10009 comprehensive H1 notes

These notes cover everything taught in the subject in a concise manner (summaries of material taught...

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If you think this is a wam booster, you're wrong. My goodness, this subject is chaotic, to say the least. Random research papers collated and then labelled as the 'readings' for this subject. Random lecturers each week with completely different ways of teaching/format of lecture slides. Everything is, in the simplest terms, messy and inconsistent. Even the MC section of the exam was just general knowledge! Don't get me started on the tutors.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

A really interesting subject to do, definitely requires effort to get a good score (but definitely achievable)! Really great tutorials and lectures, a diverse variety of topics were covered. Recommend to anyone who's willing to put in the effort!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

I enjoyed the content in this subject, but I agree that it requires a lot of effort if you want to do well. A H1 is definitely achievable if you put in the effort but it's not a bludge like I thought it would be. They cover so much content and expect you to know fine details for the exam (like a random statistic that was said halfway through Lecture 11). For this reason, I sat in the exam very grateful that I had my notes with me for multiple choice. Definitely interesting and easy to understand, but don't do this subject if you want a breadth you can sleep through.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

WARNING! This subject demands a lot of effort- probably more than some core subjects. Certain tutors were also unwilling to help, and having to do 1 research paper and not getting the feedback before submitting the 2nd was very annoying. Certainly not an easy subject, and content was heavy. The exam also requires you know the weekly reading fairly well.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Not really a well coordinated subject. Having different lecturers every week for different topics makes it inconsistent with the content, and the quality of teaching differs substantially. Plus it was an unfair treatment for students this semester due to the transition to online campus, they changed the MST to another written assignment which is similar to the Forum Report, just with a different topic. Not much guidance is given nor a feedback for the first assignment is given before you start the second one. In fact in a short period of time you have to work on both simultaneously. They could've just carry on with the test instead since finals will be online anyway. Overall, subject content is interesting in some way and I managed to secure a H1, but the structure and coordination of the subject was disappointing.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Wouldn't say it's an easy subject, requires high commitment time and should be good in answering short and long answer question. But head of tutor was really friendly and helpful, always ask for help when you need them. Quite a lot of readings which are tested in the exam and tested in a way where you have to be familiar with the author (eg. x (20xx) believed that the cause of obesity is...?). Overall quite interesting (sometimes dry), did building on some knowledge around food, production and food security.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Easy H1 if you actually do the work, content was really interesting.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

This subject was such a bludge, lecture content was super easy to understand! Some lecturers were better than others, and the content got quite repetitive at times, but it was a pretty easy subject in terms complexity. Assessments are not difficult, easy H1 without too much work in my opinion. Downside is it was quite dry at certain areas.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Easy H1 if you put a bit of effort in each week.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

pretty easy subject! Mostly common sense and actually quite interesting. MST is made up of multiple choice and a few short answer questions, and once again, I feel like anyone could sit the test because it's common sense. Overall, if you're looking for an easy subject that doesn't require too much effort, this is a good one!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018