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Reviews

Great unit. Not ridiculously difficult but you do still need to work hard to get a good mark.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

I just did not enjoy this unit. I found the fact that some of the content was actually interesting to be dwarfed by the utter lack of organisation and communication. There were glaring inconsistencies between tutorial groups, it was near impossible to get email responses from the unit coordinator, and lab sizes were too big for everyone to fully understand what's going on. It was a frustrating experience but not an overly difficult unit to score an HD in; be prepared to rote memorize numbers and laws (especially respiratory) and you'll be fine. McFawn is this this units only saving grace, guy's a legend.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

A pretty good unit. It covers a lot of the same things found in year 11, 12 and level 1 and 2 human biology units, just in a bit more depth. Its a reasonably basic unit though, i feel like it was just a bit of an all round human bio overview.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014