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There's a lot of content and, like any biology course, it's a whole lot of rote learning. The things that actually require knowledge make sense though and are simple concepts. Make sure you keep at the tutorial questions and you should be alright. David and Fraser were very approachable and definitely know their stuff so if you get stuck don't hesitate to ask them. Also, try to keep a tab on all the different enzymes, they sneak in questions about them when you don't expect it.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019
I found that making flash cards helped a lot with my revision for the subject because there's a lot to remember. We had a sight-seen Essay question in the exam. It was helpful to write out a plan for the essay beforehand, as well as write the actual essay before exam day. It really helps with recalling information more quickly during the exam.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016
Very important content but very monotonous ! Definitely stick at it, otherwise the final exam (which is a hurdle) will shock you. Highly recommend the textbook for revision and for the problem set (most of the answers are in there if you look hard enough).