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Mysteries of Forensic Science Lecture Notes

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Reviews

Overall great and exciting unit. Quizzes and labsheets were very straight forward and relatively easy to do, from a subjective point of view. The online labs were quick to understand and get through (they usually posted the labsheets for this the day before, so you can sort of speedrun it any%.) The lab tutor I had was engaging, helpful and quick to responses with any clarifications I had regarding the assignments and/or exam-related questions. I highly recommend you to take this unit if you haven't yet, as it is stress-free to get through.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

Love this unit. Cannot recommend this enough. The workshop was really handy, really fun especially if you’ve formed a bond with your table group. The tute, unit coordinators and other staff were really helpful. They are all very nice and always ready to support and assist!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

This unit was a relatively fun and easy elective. The labs were low-stress and enjoyable and you’ll probably make some friends as you sit with the same group each week. The assessments were all quite achievable (there is no huge lab report like in past years). I did find many of the lectures overly technical/detailed given the assessments themselves were not very in-depth and could've honestly been condensed.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

Favourite unit I have taken. It is structured great and assignments are manageable and keep you engaged. The in class labs are great being very hands on learning and easy to make friends as you sit with the same group the whole semester. Would recommend this to anyone even if you have no past experience in the subject area.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

I liked the in person lab classes (probably because i made a great group of uni friends) but the lectures are appalling. They were all online and rambled on about irrelevant material. you actually had no idea what would be in the final exam as there was no guidance.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

Awesome unit, I highly recommend it. My first HD thanks to my tutor, Jess, who was thorough and helped us with any questions or problems we had. Very interesting content. If you've paid attention to the lectures and labs this is easily HDable. Very useful coming from a health sciences background but I know many students that came from other backgrounds who enjoyed it just as much. All of the modules are available at the start of the semester if you just want to get a head start.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Lectures used to be in person, and the fact that they’re all recorded and put online really threw me off. Things that were assessed from the lectures sometimes weren’t on the lecture slides and spoken instead so you had to write down what the lecturer was saying, pausing every few seconds. Some assignments marked harshly with little to no guidance as to how to go about doing them. Final exam was alright, some weird questions though. Labs were okay, if a bit dry

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

didn't like the fact that the lectures were online and some of the slides were just filled w pictures - you literally have to write down whatever the lecturer was saying to be able to understand the pictures. the labs were pretty boring but marks were easy to secure. tests were online so you could easily refer to your notes. fingerprint poster was harshly marked (no rubrics were specifically given, but was only 10%). final exam was pretty easy if you studied. given that this is a level 2 unit, it's considerably manageable.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Amazing unit, well planned and interesting content.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

It is a very fun and interesting unit, definitely something worth considering as an elective unit.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018