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Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

This was a required subject for me and therefore not technically in my field of interest, therefore I didn't enjoy. It was hard to keep up with the massive amounts of content, so I ended up not going to any of the lectures (there were 3 a week) and the assessments are marked quite harshly and (in my opinion) a little unfairly, as the questions for the assignments were often unclear. Final exam fairly easy, only multiple choice questions. Some content interesting, such as social psychology but other aspects extremely dry. Don't bother with the textbook unless you're truly interested and plan on pursuing more PSYC classes - I didn't and saved $100+. There are also mandatory SONA requirements - experiments you are required to participate in for part of your grade. I found these inconvenient and annoying.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

A really interesting course that you will find as you learn, is very relatable to your personal life experiences and perceptions. Although i really enjoyed learning this course and will recommend it to anyone who is interested and wants a challenge, i personally found it difficult to keep up and even remember all of the content for the exams. However learning paces are different for everyone and it may be easy for others. I would highly recommend looking at the course outline, before choosing this course to see if the topics being taught interest you. This is a first year psych course and a gen ed, however it won't be super easy to achieve the desire HD's and not a subject to just 'boost your wam'. You would really have to commit it, but overall it really is a valuable course and as long as you work hard you will do well. :)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Great course to see whether youd like to learn further about psychology, as gives broad concepts and themes to this subject. Also gives a good starter on how to use APA formatting and referencing.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2013

It is very hard to do well in this course - there is very little direction and I pretty much failed all of my minor assessments. The big exam at the end is worth 50% which is tedious especially if you have not done well throughout the year. Nonetheless, it is interesting, but don't pick this course unless you HAVE to. There are 3 different lectures for this course and not all of the lecturers are interesting. It is hard to take notes and listen at the same time because they try to fit everything in into one lecture which is overwhelming especially for first years. The mandatory student participation in SONA experiments is also stupid and very unethical. So many of us were afraid of failing otherwise we would not have participated in these uncomfortable experiments.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Really good course that covers the entire basis of psychology and provides excellent insight into the underlying thesis behind concepts.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

A bit treacherous but overall a good base topic to study for future knowledge

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

It was too vague in what was wanted in the assignments. I found that my tutor had a 'I'm better than everyone here' attitude which made it hard to ask for help.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

You will need to remember quite a bit for the mid-sem and finals. Other than that, its a fun course!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

This subject was really easy, all the lecturer are pretty damn awesome except one of them.

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