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Did this as a gen ed because I heard that it was a wam booster. In my experience this is only a wam booster if you're willing to spend a lot of time on this course. There's a lot of content but not a lot of it ends up being assessed in the final exam so it's difficult to know what to concentrate on. A lot of people struggled with the essay and the mean was 70. There's quite a bit of biology/neuroscience which I struggled with because I'm not great at understanding biological processes. Lecturer just reads straight off the slides so don't bother listening to them.

Anonymous, Term 2, 2019

The lecture slides were boring and the assessment tasks were difficult.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Interesting course however, it is 100% rope-learning orientated and the lecture slides are jam packed with information. Way too much to learn even if you space it out over the semester.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015