Fundamental Anatomy

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Fundamental Anatomy

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ANHB2212 Human Structure and Development Condensed Study Notes

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I don't think I've ever taken a unit where I've been so confused as to what I'm supposed to be learning about. Lectures are incredibly crammed full of information, of which only some of it you need to know but this is not made clear at all so you have to waste time studying everything. Concepts that are glossed over end up appearing in tests, and concepts that are copiously explained never appear in tests. Labs often seem removed from the lecture content and ask questions that were never taught. The marking for the essay was a joke, I was marked down for supposedly not including facts that I did include, just not in the order of the marking key. My referencing was also marked as incorrect when I followed the guide to a T. The exam is also weighted too highly. 60%? Come on, UWA. Many other unis have implemented a 50% max weighting for exams. Stressing out your students doesn't contribute to their academic experience.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Bad unit!!!!! All of the lectures are vague, you have to put in a lot of work because the resources given barely relate to the assessments and the Essay is marked quite harshly given its difficulty

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

I loved this unit and ended up doing really well! It is quite content heavy but it sets you up really well for future anatomy units focusing on the same areas. One consideration is that not all of the lab content is explained in lectures. The embryology is intimidating but not impossible to understand. The co-ordinators went quite easy on us in the final practical and theory exams, the tests throughout the semester keep you accountable and make staying up to date easier. The cadaver labs were great to really solidify the content (I actually learnt majority of the content in these labs). I would highly recommend this unit!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

2019 this unit is now run by different coordinators. It is extremely content heavy and the lectures are quite vague. You have to put a lot of your own time into studying and doing your own research as a lot is missed in the lectures. There is a weekly cadaver lab, you must understand the lecture content before even attempting the lab. All in all I did not enjoy this unit and found it very stressful, hopefully they run it better next year.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Fantastic unit - useful content, great delivery

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

I enjoyed this unit so much more than the first year anatomy units. In fact it was the unit that made me choose my major. It's a real anatomy unit!!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014

Overall really enjoyable and interesting unit, the labs are great and easy marks, as are the revision activities. The second test was super hard (average was a fail) but exams weren't too bad.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Nick and Hazel are a fantastic team and lecture the unit fantastically. Nick teaches a little unconventionally and it is a style that works well for more visual learners. The unit is interesting and based almost entirely on anatomy, so if you are looking for something that incorporates a bit of physiology this is not the unit for you. The labs are cadaver labs and are enjoyable and interesting. A lot of work is required for lab preparation, but you do get a lot more out of the labs if you are well prepared. The unit is not one where you can do the bare minimum and scrape by, but if you are prepared to work hard it is very rewarding and I enjoyed it immensely.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

I thought I hated anatomy when I started this unit but Nick has a fantastic way of explaining things and the lab classes are brilliant. I had a lot of fun in this unit; Nick and the demonstrators have a contagious enthusiasm for the topic. My only criticism is the subjective way that the lab work is graded.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

A very content heavy, but the unit co-ordinator is friendly and easy to contact. Easy to score well in this unit!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014