Campbell Biology

Reece

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Campbell Biology (Australian Version)

Reece Myers

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Campbell Biology

Lisa A. Urry, Philippa Howden-Chapman, Lisa Early, Steven Alexander Wasserman, Jenny Ombler, Michael Lee Cain, Neil A. Campbell, Jane B. Reece, Peter V. Minorsky, Noel Meyers

For sale by Azul for $75

Campbell Biology

Jane B. Reece, Noel Meyers, Lisa A. Urry, Michael L. Cain, Steven A. Wasserman, Peter V. Minorsky, Robert B. Jackson, Bernard Cooke, Neil A. Campbell

For sale by Stessica for $85

Everything You Need To Get A 7 In BIOL1020

Written by Lewis

I had never studied any biology before this course, and managed to get a 7 (91.5% on final, 92% over...

132 pages, 26744 words

BIOL1020 Comprehensive and Easy Summary Notes for Final Exam

Written by Gemma

Everything you need to know and understand to get a 7 on the BIOL1020 final exam. Includes informati...

66 pages, 18593 words

BIOL1020 Final Exam Notes

Written by Maxine

full summary notes for the whole semester

28 pages, 28 words

BIOL-BLE: YOUR BIOL1020 BIOLOGY BIBLE (PART ONE)

Written by Shazura

Extensive textbook notes for all modules covered in the lead-up to Mini Test 1 for Semester 1, 2016...

85 pages, 14045 words

BIOL-BLE: YOUR BIOL1020 BIOLOGY BIBLE (PART THREE)

Written by Shazura

Extensive textbook notes for all modules covered in the lead-up to Mini Test 3 for Semester 1, 2016...

40 pages, 5081 words

BIOL-BLE: YOUR BIOL1020 BIOLOGY BIBLE (PART FOUR)

Written by Shazura

Extensive textbook notes for all modules covered in the lead-up to Mini Test 4 and the final for Sem...

50 pages, 9526 words

BIOL-BLE: YOUR BIOL1020 BIOLOGY BIBLE (PART TWO)

Written by Shazura

Extensive textbook notes for all modules covered in the lead-up to Mini Test 2 for Semester 1, 2016...

70 pages, 10392 words

Tim

$40 per hour

Hi! I have a Bachelor and PhD degree in Chemistry (Physical and Organic Chemistry) and a Master deg...

Luli

$60 per hour

I’ve been employed as a casual academic by the School of Biomedical Sciences at UQ, to tutor, since...

Andrew

$40 per hour

I am Andrew, a 3rd year Biomedical Science student at the University of Queensland. I am someone who...

Scarlett

$40 per hour

Graduated from UQ with a Bachelor of Science majoring in Mathematics and Microbiology. Happy to tuto...

Lauren

$40 per hour

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Melanie

$40 per hour

I am currently completing my medical degree. I love helping students understand the content of their...

Sreeparna

$30 per hour

My hourly rate is 30$/hr. I am a third year undergraduate student studying BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE at t...

Daniel

$35 per hour

Hi! I am a recent graduate of Biomedical science (neuroscience pathway) in UQ with experience as a l...

Reviews

It was a good introductory biology course, allowing first years to ease into their university studies. There was a lot to learn, both in terms of theory as well as laboratory skills, but it also very manageable and definitely recommended for students who are doing any biology related program or are interested in biology.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

A really good fundamental biology course, it teaches all the basics that are used in further studies in biology. I found the content very interesting, and the way it was delivered was also very effective. There is however a lot of content and a lot to remember for exams and mini tests.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

This is a really fundamental course for all Biology majors I feel. The number of times I was sitting in a 2nd or 3rd year lecture and heard the words "you would have done this in BIOL1020" was a lot, and not in the ironic no we didn't way. We absolutely did learn everything needed in future years in BIOL1020, so pay attention and make sure you get the text book.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

The content is interesting and stimulating, as long as you keep up to date. The course is content heavy, with a lot expected of students, but is necessary. Ensure you purchase/have access to a copy of the textbook, as the weekly readings are super important!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Overall, this course was interesting. I enjoyed learning about the different concepts in lectures but didn't think the practicals were up to scratch. Some of the mini test questions were not thought of well when they were written, which created confusion for the students in the actual mini tests. Also, some of the practicals were really short and didn't really help overall with the course content. The final exam, however, was very easy!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Fantastic Class, Learn the Basics to Biology, Genes, Cells & Evolution! 100% go for it!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

I did not find the content of this subject (primarily cell biology) interesting at all but feel that it is important to know for other biology subjects. The lecturers were great and enthusiastic and the practicals were laid back. Tutorials were useful but a bit rushed (not that much time for questions etc.). Make sure you put some effort into the 4 mini tests as they will form around 40% of your grade even though they don't feel like a lot individually. Final exam is a lot of content and is very difficult to study for at the last moment so commence study a lot earlier. Definitely attempt as many past exam questions as you can as some questions repeat exactly or almost exactly.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

A good course, but a bit boring at times as it covers really easy content - minus the PCR stuff

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

This class is super interesting but is content heavy. I found the best way to follow this class and stay on top of it, was to summarise the chapters in the textbook (painful I know but incredibly helpful). The pracs can be a bit boring but tutes were super helpful. If you've done high school biology, this class will be a breeze. Before the final exam, go over all your Deep Though Q's as they tend to pop up again ! Mini tests are helpful in figuring out where you stand in the class so take them seriously! Overall, loved the class and ask tutors if you get stuck - they are always more than willing to help you

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

fuck this class

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017