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Complete 2018 VETS20014 Lecture Summary Notes for Exam Preparation

Written by Zois

Notes include all topics covered and succinct summary of all key information, avoiding unnecessary d...

59 pages, 17152 words

H1 (91%) Foundations of Animal Health Notes Part 1

Written by Frances

These notes are for the MSTs and exam of this subject and it is part 1 due to file size constraints...

44 pages, 15689 words

H1 (91%) Foundations of Animal Health Notes Part 2

Written by Frances

These notes are for the MSTs and exam of this subject and it is part 2 due to file size constraints...

53 pages, 16728 words

FAH1 H1 (82) Notes 2018

Written by Emerson

Complete notes for Foundations of Animal Health 1 (VETS20014) written in an easy to read, comprehens...

105 pages, 28900 words

FAH1 Comprehensive Notes

Written by Emily

Excellent notes covering the entire semester

91 pages, 18000 words

Kim

$20 per hour

Hi everyone! My name is Kim and I am a passionate and dedicated university tutor. I am completing my...

Sammi

$40 per hour

Currently a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Year 2 student from Unimelb Did the Bachelor of Cell and...

Frances

$40 per hour

Hi! I am Frances and I am currently doing Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in Unimelb. I completed my B...

Reviews

not quite well organized, don't know what is important and what is not. Lecturers appeared to be not so dedicated to teaching this subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Well organised subject with a wide variety of content that was fairly easy to understand. There were six or seven different lecturers who were all very clear and easy to follow. Lots of the questions from the practice tests are reused in the midsems and the exam. Lecture content is all delivered online so it can be easy to fall behind if you don't watch the material weekly. Overall, an enjoyable subject

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Very well organised, great flexibility if you work and study because all of the core lectures are online! The MC questions are straightforward and they re-use many practice questions. The first half of the semester is a bit boring and requires a lot of memorisation.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Half the semester is based on the feeding requirements of animals ie grass, can be very dry at times. Other topics are animal behaviour, scientific method and toxicology. MC questions are easy and usually repeats from practice questions. Involves a lot of simple maths and conversions. Achievable H1 with hard work. Make sure to use the words used in the lecture for short answer questions. Found the group study thing useless.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Frustrating tests. Little to no practice questions, and the ones that do come out only are released 4 days before a test. How on earth is a student meant to fully revise without a test? Interesting lecture content and great lecturers, but seems dumb/unnecessary to have every single lecture online. Hard to learn content, and frustrating as well.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018