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This unit is horribly taught. No up to date lectures exist. All lectures are provided in pre-recorded format, horribly explained and they are several years old. This makes it difficult to ask questions and some of the content in the pre-recorded lectures is no longer relevant to the unit. Not only are the lectures out of date, they focus on explaining how formulas are derived rather than the actual application of the formulas in practical questions. This was evident as during the fortnightly quizzes the cohort average was sitting below 50% as the questions being examined differ vastly from anything being taught. The final exam is 60% closed book, however consists of only 4 questions and questions are often reused from previous exams.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2023

Poorly taught unit. It feels like there was a lack of effort and thought into constructing this unit. Ming, the prac facilitator, does a poor job going through questions; his working out is sometimes difficult to decipher. This unit is a massive downgrade compared to the engineering mechanics unit.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2023

Confusing, unstructured unit, without any relevance between lectures and assessed questions, making the unit feel pointless. The lecturer covers a tiny portion of the content, generally how to derive the formulas, which isn't relevant to how to use the formulas. Exceptionally stressful due to the lack of cohesion, no past exam questions in preparation and one of the worst units I've been enrolled in.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2023