Human Development And Genetics
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Well organised unit and lecturers were quite helpful. Biochem was probably the hardest topic as we had limited time to prepare for the test. Other topics were very easy and the exam was extremely easy.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
lecturer Rob White ftw, honestly the best part of this unit and made the muscle physio a bit more bearable. although physio concepts really need to be understood in depth to answer the exam/tests, but Rob is always happy to explain further if you don't get it. anatomy was easy rote learning. genetics was a bit boring and a harder rote learning topic. biochem had so many pathways and cell signaling to memorize too, but be sure to understand the pathways well (what happens if one step is blocked etc). a good challenging unit that isn't overwhelmingly hard but reasonable difficulty for a level 2. disclosure: i heard that the unit content may be slightly different for 2018 so what i say here might be irrelevant.