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Possibly one of the easiest unit I have ever done, had to do it in 3rd year because I needed a broadening. Typical textbook-memorised unit and guaranteed an easy HD. In fact, most of the questions that were in the exam was pretty common sense and logical.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Wasted lots of money for this unit, but I had no choice since it is a complementary unit. People say it's easy but it is definitely not. The exam is all MCQ but nowhere near easy. There is an essay that is marked very harshly. The lecturer's accent is not understandable and very flat and boring so I ended up not watching his lectures. I don't think the lecturer, tutors and staff wanted to be there as they were not at all enthusiastic about the unit, and so did I. Do not take this unit if you don't have to. It is not a HDable unit. It is not a fun unit. There is nothing good that came out from taking this unit. It is similar to psychology but personally MKTG1204 (consumer behavior), which is highly similar to this unit was way better, with a much better lecturer, assessments and content. Take that one instead!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

All the lectures were only online this unit. The lecturer had a thick accent and was really difficult to listen to. Although the content itself wasn't difficult, mainly common sense psychology, the assessment, particularly the oral presentation in pairs was fairly harshly marked. The exam was so disproportionately easy though (50MCQ's that's it) that I feel it may have been scaled. As attendance to tutes is worth 10% get on the good side of the tutor. Fairly easy unit to get a D.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Loved this unit! The lecturer was fantastic and frequently used videos and short clips from movies/TV shows to explain theories and concepts. Be prepared to learn many little theories!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

very good notes´╝ü

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

A relatively easy and very interesting unit

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Not particularly hard, exam is pretty easy especially as it's multiple choice. Unit is pretty boring though, not really worth going to lectures as textbook can cover most of the stuff. Don't do it if you have a choice but it's not stressful if you're doing it as a complementary.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Loved this unit. It is a mixture of common sense and Psychology. Lecturer tries to be relatable by adding in lots of memes, relationships etc. to help us understand the concepts even more. Overall the workload was not bad - I was lucky enough to be put in a group that is willing to work hard and managed to get a good grade for our presentation!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Don't do it and if you have to, make sure you have friends in your tutorial so it's somewhat enjoyable

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

easy enough you study, quite broing though and way too much info to comprehend in one semester

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017