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PHAR1101 EXAM NOTES

Written by Naser

Well-written and succinct notes from lecture notes and recordings, and online eTutorials Covers all...

42 pages, 11770 words

PHAR1101 Notes (Lectures + eTutes)

Written by Bea

Comprehensive notes from all lectures and e-tutes. Got a perfect score on all quizzes and an overall...

128 pages, 39166 words

PHAR1101 Notes: Lecture and eTutes

Written by Zlindt

PHAR1101 Notes from ALL the lectures and eTutorials. Well-summarised diagrams and tables included wi...

156 pages, 37400 words

PHAR1101 Exam Notes

Written by Dee

These PHAR1101 notes are a detailed compilation of information ordered by topic from the lectures an...

150 pages, 36836 words

PHAR1101: Completed notes - Lectures + E-tutorials

Written by Kate Olivia

These notes show precise information from all content of PHAR1101 lectures and e-tutorial (Lectures...

113 pages, 26200 words

PHAR1101 Key Notes on all Lectures

Written by Pranav

These PHAR1101 covers all the lectures that has been taken and greatly helps revision by placing key...

11 pages, 4900 words

Key Terms

Written by Tayla

Definition of key terms in the unit

3 pages, 1147 words

Drug Summary

Written by Tayla

A powerpoint summary of all the drugs covered in the unit. Also includes information on the origin o...

51 pages, 1000 words

Pharmacology: Drugs that Changed the World

Written by Sophie

In depth, detailed lecture notes for every lecture (lectures 2-16). All the information you need to...

53 pages, 14930 words

e-Tute 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 & 8 Notes

Written by Lach

Notes that summarise all 8 of the e-tutes in fine detail.

13 pages, 8400 words

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Reviews

Very easy and interesting unit, just watch the lectures and you will easily get 90 plus in each of the topic tests, the mcq's are very forgiving. With drug pioneer study make sure to read the resources thoroughly, and try to think like a professor would and try to determine what you think the questions will be based on emphasised sections in the resources. If you really try you can actually guess what 80 percent of the questions in the test will be. All that being said, this unit is not that time consuming but make sure not to fall behind. If you put the effort in it is an easy HD.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

This unit is really interesting, and is an actual broadening unit because it doesn't just talk about drugs, but also the history of drugs. At first, the unit looks daunting, but after going through the lectures, it's pretty easy. The eTutes can have quite a bit of info that can lead to overload, but it isn't too bad. The tests were really easy though, as they were basically all MCQ, and the DDP assignment was also an MCQ rather than an essay from previous years. The exam also wasn't too bad, provided that some study was done. Overall, easy HD.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Chef kiss for this unit! I did human bio in high school and this has got to be one of the best units I ever did! The content is absolutely eye-opening and riveting. The tests and exams were really easy. If you do this unit, stay on top of the e-tutes and make tables comparing drugs of each one and pay attention to the learning objectives, it'll help you for the assessments. The unit coordinators Philip and Philippa were absolutely amazing at lecture delivery and managing this unit.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

One of my favourite units! The topics covered are usually really interesting, and for the one or two that are a little bit boring - it is still a good watch as the lecturers are fantastic! The tutorials are also really good. The assessments are straightforward MCQs that are based on the lectures and tutorials - if you do study for it, then you will almost certainly get a great mark. I cannot recommend this unit enough!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Very interesting unit! Only had to do 3x MC online tests and a final exam which were all very fair. Wouldn't call it an "easy HD" but it's definitely achievable if you put in the work. The lectures were all very engaging/interesting and the online tutorials were very well organised and enjoyable. If you choose to take this unit, pay close attention to the eTutes and study them well before the tests as a lot of the info from the eTutes is examined in the tests (this caught a lot of people who only studied the lectures by surprise). Couldn't recommend this unit enough :)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

interesting content. liked the medicine part of the unit but not so much on the historical part. the mcq tests were difficult imo, but the exam was fair and many of the questions came from the previous year's exam. would recommend it for someone who likes BOTH history and medicine

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Really great unit- I highly recommend to anyone who enjoys medicine or history, as it's a great combination of both. Some revision is required to get a HD, but the final exam is extremely similar to practice tests and preparatory material the coordinators provide, so just go over these a few times and you'll be set. The content itself is really interesting, and the assessments are ran really well

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

V nice unit but a lot of history to memorise and takes up a surprising amount of effort to HD for an elective

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

I found this unit absolutely fascinating! I thoroughly enjoyed all of the lectures, especially in comparison to my other units (drier, more intense and content-heavy). I'm confused by the negative reviews below - with decent revision and good effort on the essay, an HD is easily obtainable.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

the actual worst, boring as paint drying and requires so much memorising

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018