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Terrible subject avoid at all costs. The teachers barely help and the content can be overwhelming at times. Study often and consistently in order to pass. Google is your friend.

Anonymous, Spring session, 2016

This is a subject where you're going to have to be consistent at attending the weekly labs, reading the textbook & understanding content. It can be difficult if you get a bad tutor. If you want to pass, you're going to have to work throughout the semester.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Difficult subject and poorly set-out lectures/tutorials. Don't let the slash fool you. They are combined. The subject coordinator is a very kind and helpful person. My understanding is that he is also extremely skilled in networking, despite what your first impression of him may have been. If you don't study, you won't get a good mark. A C is easily doable just by regular revision and practicing of the concepts. You may also benefit a lot from having a good tutor who is willing to explain things in detail and not leave you in the dark. It's best to start accumulating your notes from the online Cisco course from the very first day.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015