Public Relations and Advertising Principles
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Incredibly easy to get good marks in, just make sure you're in a decent group for your assignments - otherwise people can be extremely frustrating to work with and can bring you down (duh). The content was simple and easy to grasp.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
Easy and straightforward course, easy to get good marks in. Ended up scoring an overall 80 even though I did the least amount of study for this subject. Tips: - For the tute preparation, you get marks for attempting and completing the work each week so don't miss a single week and you'll get 10/10 (super easy marks). These also prepare you for your assessments so don't skip them. - For the presentation (speech), try to make it interesting but from what I gather most marks go to the way you present more so than content, so complete it a couple days before and rehearse a lot. - Make sure your writing and english skills (grammar, punctuation etc) are up to par because a lot of marks get deducted for small errors. - I recommend reading a lot of examples of press release and character profiles from online sources etc to help you with your assignments. The only downfall for this subject was that the marking for each assessment took WAY too long, and I only ended up receiving constructive feedback for 1 assessment.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016
Actually a very interesting course where you can analyse amazing PR stunts. The lectures are very interesting and personable
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015
Pretty good for giving you the principles or PR. But course outline and assessment outline was not finalised and was changed. Lecture's were okay because there was great real-life examples to back up course material but tutorials were not consistent at all
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014
Weird subject, surprisingly difficult to get high marks in. Lectures are boring but worth to go