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ANHB1102: Being Human

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This unit is very interesting but it also has a large amount of content. There are 3 lectures a week and an end of year exam worth 60%. The lectures are amazing and the 2-hour labs are super helpful. I finished the unit with 79% and I would recommend studying as you go to help stay on top of the content :) so for example, 1 week before every lab, I would study that content to be covered in the lab and then just take note of anything I didn't understand or didn't know. This makes it super useful to study for exams because you are not learning any new content - you are just revising something you have already learnt :). The other 40% is made up of lab participation and tests. the amazing thing with the tests is that they are worth 1.5% each and you get the full 1.5% if you get over 90% in the test. Sounds hard, right? Surprisingly, no. you get to sit the tests as many times as you like and they are not timed so you can use your notes to help you. If you obtain the full 40% by attenting all the labs and getting 90% or above in all the tests, then you only have to get 16.67% to pass!! Totally doable!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Workload: 3/5 Exam workload: 1/5 CA:5/5 Overall assessment:3/5 Continuous Assessment: 8 pre-labs (1.5% each) and 12 tests (1.5% each) Attendance: 10% Do all the assignments, pre-lab quiz (hit 90% and above,open-book) and attend labs for free 40% Exams: 20% MCQ (40). 40% structured (80) (120 marks) Surely there's a give and take? The exams were seriously hardcore. MCQ questions involved a lot of thinking as compared to traditional memory work that is in the online quizzes. They were probably <15 free questions and the rest either had two very similar options or just out-of-lecture/quiz material which comes from textbook,etc. Structured. 8 parts of 10 marks,with 3 parts being fairly do-able if you are decent at genetics. The other parts were probably a roller-coaster of emotions. One part had a huge essay style question on Urinary System for 10 marks and another one had a 5 marks part on the sensory part of the nervous system. Apart from the 3 questions, the other 5 questions were a mixture of moderate-very high level difficulty with it's explanation questions. General atmosphere of exams: Guy behind me,left 20 mins early and girl in front of me,left 15 mins early,no idea how they are able to complete the exam so quickly. After the exam, a group of girls were remarking about deciding to take up another major instead of anatomy. Pretty disappointing unit pre-,during and post-exam. Pre-exam requires immense prep and it's virtually impossible to have time for textbook reading. During exam,you realise a lot of concepts are unfamiliar probably because it's textbook material. After exam,you are left thinking about how hard the exam was and will be bothered by it,which could affect the next paper. I think this unit is a good prep for pre-med and those who want to have a feel of the difficulty of anhb in uwa, but I would gladly encourage other majors to stay clear as this unit drains your time for other exams and you might not even perform well because of the finals. Do ANHB1101 and SCIE1106 instead

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Hear me out, this unit can appear very full on content wise (especially for a first year unit) but it honest to god is so manageable if you stay on top of lectures, prep a little for the tutes and what ever you do always try and get full marks for the online quizzes and pre-labs because it really adds up in the end!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

This unit is amazing if you're interesting in pursuing a medical degree. it gives you all the basic knowledge about each system and some of the labs are very fun. It is a quite heavy unit with a lot to learn though. some labs are very dry and only involve pictures and the nervous system module was horrible tbh i don't remember a single thing from it. If you did hbio in highschool and like human body stuff, you'll love it, otherwise don't do it.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

just don't do this if its not a compulsory unit for your major- very content heavy, time consuming, hard to understand some of the lectures/vague esp the evolution sections.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Biggest waste of money ever. Many of my friends majoring in Human Biology changed because of this unit. you learn an unrealistic amount of content that you are required to remember for the exam. What makes it worse is that the exam does not accurately represent the content you learn in the lectures etc.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Interesting unfair and not helpful for the exam

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Loved this unit! Very fun and learnt so much :)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Critical ground knowledge unit. Can be made a lot more palatable by extended reading and practice. Attitude is key for this one!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2012

It's a rather dry unit, I personally find it harder than its counterpart ANHB1101, however it was definitely manageable. Especially if you keep up with the online quizzes and topic quizzes.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015