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Reviews

Very simple and easy unit. Predominantly rote memory, save for the lab report which is easy enough if lab report guidelines and apa rules are followed properly. Final exam is all multiple choice and is easy to prepare for - just do the quizzes over and over again, and read the summaries in the textbook for each chapter

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

This unit is AMAZING!! lectures are very well planned out and the content is clear and easy to understand. The main assignment which is a 1500 word essay (worth 33%) is totally doable. they give you an example paper and a very clear marking guide. just follow the instructions and compare your work to the practice essay, along with following the marking guide and an HD or D is totally achievable. I end up getting 78% for the essay. Now for the 2018 s1 exam, they used the same questions that you get in the quizzes. the exam is all multiple choice btw. so I would recommend doing the quizzes over and over again and any questions you get wrong, write it down with the corresponding correct answer and memorise that along with your notes!!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

pretty easy and breezy.your gonna love this unit.but a headstart is always better.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Easy unit, and enjoyable at the same time. The lecturers were fun and interesting, same with the labs. They don't run every week, but every time I had a lab, I was enthusiastic to attend. The amount of participation marks, are also a plus, makes this unit easy to pass and get a good mark in. All in all, I would highly recommend this unit as a broadening unit, even though I did it as a core unit.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Decent unit. There's lots of easy ways to get marks e.g. research participation and attempting the quizzes. Don't underestimate the Lab Report.. It's quite difficult so make sure you dedicate enough time to it. The exam was pretty good, half the room finished early and most of the questions are taken directly from the online quizzes so just use those to revise. The Tutes only hold every other week but are pretty boring so just prepare yourself for that.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

My favourite unit so far! Lecturers were interesting and easy to listen to (which made the content easier to remember). Easy marks through weekly quizzes and participation. Recommend using the online quizzes to study for the exam

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Easy content. Tutes didn't always correlate with examinable content which was annoying and felt like a waste of time.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Very fun unit and I think even if you didn't do psychology in high school this would be fairly easy. Majority of the final exam consists of questions from the weekly quizzes. I guess the most challenging thing would be the lab report, but if you put in a decent amount of effort it's hard to fail this unit. I found the lectures interesting, but the tutorials were a bit useless in my opinion.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

A pretty easy unit if you did Psychology in high school. Easy marks from the weekly quizzes and lab participation. The lab report was very well explained but was still a bit challenging.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Overall a simple unit and pretty easy if you want to do it as a broadening unit. If you did psychology in high school you will find a lot of the material overlaps, and its basically just a refresher course. The quizzes are worth 5% or 6% of your grade and are super easy, you could legit only get one question right on the quiz but will still get full credit for it. The experiments aren't as much as a hassle as you would imagine, if you get in early and don't leave them all until the final weeks you can participate in some super interesting ones, but alas it is only worth 5/6%. Lectures are interesting, but labs can be a bit repetitive - some of them were handy, others were a waste of time. Despite that I really enjoyed the unit.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018