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Reviews

Fun unit but easy to fall behind if start missing lectures. Do the past exams and you'll end up with an easy HD.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

This unit is relatively hard. It is content heavy with 3 lectures a week. If you fall behind it is really difficult to catch up. It was a drain on other units making the semester stressful with difficult weekly tests, as well as the prelabs. It is worth putting effort into understanding the past exams because they are pretty much the same as the actual exam. However, getting help with parts you don't understand for any part of the unit is also hard.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Fair but difficult with Little Chem exp

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Ridiculously content heavy and difficult. 3 lectures a week plus labs plus weekly quizzes and it was a massive drain on my other units. The exams are identical year to year so it pays off to get lots of help on the practice exams (they don’t provide answers) so you’re prepared. Do not take this unless you absolutely have to

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Well organised but a lot of content. The bonus is that the exam is similar to past exams but there is a lot of content that you have to learn and memorise. Also, this unit throughout the semester requires you to put in a lot of effort with difficult quizzes and labs every second week. There are also 3 lectures are a week, so if you don't like going to lectures, they will pile up if you don't stay on top of it. Honestly, if you do not need this unit don't do it.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Quite a challenging unit but the exam is exactly the same every year so if you find the content difficult just learn to the exam and you should be fine. Labs a terrible - you're expected to know how to use and do everything, quite stressful but by the last few you get used to it. Online quizzes every week which is annoying but makes you stay on top of the work. Figure out which lectures to attend because some lecturers use the whiteboard and this usually is not recorded. Not like year 12 chemistry at all even though it sounds like it in the unit outline.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

I found this unit extremely difficult but if you do study really hard for it you’ll find that although there is so much to learn, everything actually makes sense when you bring it all together and it’s not actually that bad. I would be wary if you think this unit is going to be just like year 12 chemistry, as it does sounds so in the unit outline but the content is in fact nothing alike. Labs are extremely stressful and purely independent but a very good learning experience and teaches you some valuable lab skills.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

A great and interesting course for those who have a sincere passion for Chemistry. The course is well structured; the content is built weekly and they all interrelate, instead of treating each content as a separate entity. If studied correctly, the exam will go smoothly with no major hiccups. It doesn't get 5 stars as some lecturers (not the content) present their topics quite boringly.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

There are some fabulous lecturers but also some poor lecturers so don't rely entirely on the lectures. A lot of memorization so you really need to focus on how you are going to study for this unit (so many reactions and reagents to memorise). Labs are atrocious so preparation is vital. Online quizzes you either nail or fail but if you study really well than that shouldn't be a problem. Do not get lazy because if you slack off for a few days than the work really piles up and you might not understand what's happening during the lectures (=more work).

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

I overall enjoyed this unit. There was minimal revision from year 11/12 so lots of new chem to learn! Some of the lecturers (in particular the second one) were pretty bad and didn't explain stuff well, or moved way too fast. I highly recommend getting the textbook to compliment your learning (especially when the lecturer doesn't quite explain it right). If you keep on top with the lectures and the content you will feel very prepared for the exam! I found the exam pretty breezy and had plenty of time. At first, I found the labs really stressful because it was quite different from anything I had done at school - you work independently and for 3 hours! But the demonstrators are very helpful and you can help out the people around you and talk to them about the questions. Online quizzes pretty easy - just do the practice quizzes over and over again because they are very similar.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017