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Reviews

This subject was made for you to fail. The lecturer is shit, and is almost useless, watching paint dry would honestly provide more information. Then what do you do if you can’t rely on the lecturer? You naturally go to the textbook, of which is overly complicated and condensed for a final exam that is literally just multiple choice. The practicals are where most of my learning was done, and is 10x more effective than the shit you get from lectures.

Anonymous, Summer session, 2018

The best way to introduce the amazing world of Biology. Sets you up with a solid foundation for the rest of your degree!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

My Favourite subject. Very interesting and the content was given very clear with tutorials.

Anonymous, Autumn session, 2017

Like the subject. Hate blairs lectures. Watched all the videos on 2x speed.

Anonymous, Autumn session, 2018

If you love biology you'll be able to keep up with this subject with a little effort. It seems really intense and there is a lot of material to go over. However, a lot of this extra material isn't required for the final exam. As hard as it was it was an enjoyable subject.

Anonymous, Autumn session, 2017

As I really love Biology, I enjoy this subject a lot. It gave me so much opportunity to explore and understand deeply about the smallest unit of body. This subject quite hard for those who have never studied biology before in high school. Overall, I'm very satisfy with the knowledge this subject gave me last semester

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Pretty interesting content but the subjects' assessments, practicals and lectures are not very well related

Anonymous, Autumn session, 2016

This subject has quite a lot of content to get through in a short time. The labs were always hard to finish, mainly because there was way too many tasks to do within the given lab times, unless you kind of team up with another pair to try and split up the tasks. The demonstrators weren't always helpful, but they did know what has going on (kind of). A little more careful planning to try and work with the new semester system may have made this subject more enjoyable during the shorter time. The poster assignment was okay, as long as you listen to what they like in a poster and the presentation itself, you'll do perfectly fine.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Very intense subject. Lectures were not recorded, making it difficult when some parts were forgotten. A ton of chemistry 2 in the second half making it hard for year 1s who haven't taken them.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Excellent subject, with lots of detail, but a lot of material in lectures is just extras, not needed for the final exam, which is good for better understanding but makes the lectures seem incredibly intense.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015