Evolutionary & Functional Biology
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I really enjoyed the course, but sometimes the labs ran overtime and sometimes we finished an hour early... there's a lot of content and it can be a really difficult course if you don't get on top of it early. I enjoyed the animal bio half the best, and the lecturers for the first half were much more engaging. There's really great support from all the course coordinators when you run into trouble though.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
Very dry course. Interesting with the animal anatomy section, the others (plants and evolutionary stuff) were very boring and of year 10 high school standards. Easy to get good marks in labs, but SO much content. Amazing lecturer for the first 3 weeks, after that, very boring.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015
I did this course back in Sem 2, 2012. It was poorly managed back then. The labs were all over the place and the lectures were mediocre. I hope it has improved now!