Physiology of Cells
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Content was interesting, final exam was well-correlated to the unit content and similar to practice exams. Lecturers assumed a lot of knowledge but were still enjoyable to listen to.Lab reports were marked a lot more harshly than 2001, but overall a good unit.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019
The unit content is really good. The course is well structured. The assessments are absolute garbage. Lab reports where you lose marks for dumb sh*t make up a large proportion of your mark. They don't test physiology, just your ability to use Excel/make diagrams on a computer. When you get your lab report marks back you will know how stupid the marking system is. The final exam was good if you learnt the content well and regularly. Cramming this unit is a challenge.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018
This unit isn't as interesting as PHYL2001, and requires lab reports after each lab. The exam was relatively easy!
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015
Horrific organisation i dont know what Peter was thinking and the cherry on the cake was Patuzzi ran in like a nest of hornets was chasing him with 10 minutes left of the lecture he grabbed someones pencil asked for a sheet of paper turned on a 300yr old projector and improved cell membrane transport mechanisms. Srsly for neuro and phyl students toughen up you have to take it everyone else steer clear.