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Reviews

Very interesting course because you learn about many systems. However, you need to attend every practical class and I recommend you have a tutor go through the practical manual before you try to identify anything yourself. Go through these practical manuals, your textbook and lecture notes when studying for your practical exams at home. Attend SWOTVAC practical revision sessions because they're your final chance to clarify areas you're not confident in before your end of semester practical exam. I also recommend you do online quizzes as extra revision, particularly labelling. Theory exams are good as long as you have studied everything over and over again. No hurdles either, and online quizzes for assessment are helpful and revise these for your theory exams!! Also, the practice practical stations in each prac class are very helpful so always do these, and review these answers before your practical exams!!!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Insanely hard course... particularly for first years. Very dense content. You absolutely CANNOT afford to fall behind. I recommend dedicating at least 15-20 hours to this subject per week. You MUST attend all practicals, even though you are able to miss a few. The real life specimens do not even compare to the ones in the textbook or any app you can find. The theory exams are okay as long as you study heaps, but the practical exams are more challenging than you can imagine and you can only study for them adequately by attending the practicals (even in allocated SWOTVAC sessions). I would recommend taking this course in a semester when all your other courses are very easy going (I would even do only 3 courses in that semester if need be).

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

My ultimate tip: go to the practicals! It might not be compulsory but I highly recommended. The real life specimens are VERY different from the pictures and getting used to how the body looks like in real life will serve you in good stead in the spotter exam at the end of semester.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

This is quite a challenging course because for most of us, it was our first exposure to anatomy. The workload is quite intense but it's also super interesting. To maximise your learning experience I would recommend grabbing some friends and verbally going over the content together using flash cards, models and when possible the cadavers in the labs.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Lecture content and the practicals were very interesting. Lecturers were great and approachable. This course requires studying weekly. Cramming in SWOTVAC will not work. It is a heavy workload but it is a very enjoyable course that is useful for medicine.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Lecture materials were very helpful; not an easy subject but I learned a lot; a strong foundation for later year subjects; not easy to get 6

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

This course covers a lot of content for just one semester so it is important to keep up. It provides a good overall knowledge base of anatomy.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Difficult, yes, but also very rewarding. The workload is dense but the amount of knowledge I had gained upon completion in comparison to before beginning was staggering. I thought I knew anatomy fairly well, oh how wrong I was...

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

The content is very heavy and sometimes difficult to understand. However, with determination and perseverance, it is achievable to do well! Study every day for best results.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

The content is very interesting. Much of it requires a blend of memorising and understanding how the things fit together. Having little mental tools such as rough limericks and pneumonics are useful in remembering the content.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015