Human Biology (Advanced)
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I completed BIOL1903 Semester 1 of 2017. This is the advanced version of BIOL1003 Human Biology. I m...
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Extremely content heavy subject but very rewarding at the end if you survive through it. Extremely interesting material but the lecturers aren't too great.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017
Very content heavy to be prepared to rote learn a lot! Same difficulty as BIOL1003, because you do the same work, only difference is the personal project, that I think they mark relatively generously. The individual project makes it a little more tailored to your personal interests. Labs are boring, there is too much to do in the time you have, but nothing that you learn in the lab can't be learnt from the textbook.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016
I really enjoyed the course content, even though there was a pretty big amount to learn. Advanced was definitely worth it for the extra experience and smaller groups. The exam and some general organisation in the subject were pretty shocking though! You would think proof-reading would be something they'd think about...
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015
Definitely do advanced over normal - same lecture content but with an extra seminar series that are quite interesting (you don't really have to go to them) and an extra essay but they seemed to mark it nicely so advanced is a great way to boost your grades.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2013
There is a ton of content to remember, more than some other first year science courses, and much of it is not taught in the lectures. The lectures are nonetheless very useful. I hear the SSP stream does some really exciting things, unlike the Advanced labs which I found quite boring.