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HD Level Summary of BMED2406

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These notes are an above HD level summary of BMED2406. They cover everything relating to practicals,...

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HD BMED2406 Complete Notes + Integrated Prac Notes

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HD BMED2406 Notes

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BMED2406 UoS Notes

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Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Part of the BMED core subjects that quite nicely fits seamlessly with the rest. Very physiology based and conceptual.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Easiest BMED unit out of all of them, super lenient marking on the group presentation (50% of people got a HD - presentation was worth 20% of final grade), and if you study hard for the theory of prac exam you can easily get a HD. you can EASILY sit at a 35/40% before the 60% exam. got a HD

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

My favourite BMED subject this semester. The material is probably the least difficult to learn out of the BMED subjects but at the same time the most directly relevant. It is also very helpful that the theory of practical exam assesses all the histology and anatomy practicals. This means that when it comes to preparing for the exams, more than half the course is already very familiar and very easy to learn for the exam. There was a lot of focus on the renal physiology at the end of the unit although most were quite suprised that this made up a small proportion of the final exam. Overall a very easy to understand exam while remaining very interesting. 4.5/5

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Great unit, but split into several distinct parts without much overlap. Hormones are everywhere, but the sexual repro stuff is very different to the kidneys. Still, plenty of good content, and worth doing well in if you want to study physiology!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

The best BMED subject out of the six. Everything is easy to follow

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

Renal lectures are hard because the lecturer is terrible , but the rest are good ;)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014