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IMED2200: Exams Notes

Written by Sagarika

Detailed notes on every topic in the course so you won't even need to go to lectures!

22 pages, 7436 words

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Reviews

This is one of the most chill units I've had. Even though it's a level 2 unit, it's level 1 unit difficulty. The lectures were somewhat monotonous, and could drag on for literally hours of content per sitting. Some of the content also seems quite repetitive, but wasn't too difficult to learn. There was a group presentation, which was super straightforward provided you did your research, and the essay could be done relatively well. There were two online SAQs, which weren't hard to answer, but required you to type quickly because of the short time limit, and therefore, you had to be brief rather than put all the relevant info in. We also had no exam, though I heard they were bringing it back in the future.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

A manageable unit with high capability of achieving HD / D. A group presentation worth 35% so be careful who you get teamed up with. Online tests are marked leniently, but often favours those who type fast (as questions are short-answer). Other than that, an interesting but often monotonous unit in terms of tutorials and content. Would highly recommend for an easy, level 2 broadening unit.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Terrible unit- everything you 'learn' is basically common sense and the tutorials consist of dumb activities that you would do in primary school. Massive waste of time and effort (though a very easy broadening unit to pass if that's what you're after).

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014

Pretty easy elective unit. Don't forget to study because the exam is all short answer and can't really be winged. The tutorials are really fun and engaging. I would definitely recommend it.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014