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Reviews

very interesting unit and the exam was SO DAMN EASY. watch the lectures and you'll be fine. the textbook is actually very helpful when you don't understand a topic and the topics are actually not hard at all. the labs were a bit pointless and we didnt get to do much but it was all good overall.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Good unit, only have to do 3 labs, assignments are easy if you tune in to the lectures and pay attention :)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

This unit is good. It is well structured and quite fluid in the way that it is set out. If you do this with CHEM1004, the two really link up well. The lecturers really know what they're talking about and are nice to talk to. The labs are easy marks. Overall, this is a nice and enjoyable unit.

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Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

It was alright. But often was easily confused with chem1004. some of teh lecturers were not specific about what they wanted us to know, so struggled a bit there. but the unit is actually easy to score well!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

READ THE TEXT BOOK!!! WATCH THE LECTURES!! You'll be fine!! Pulled an all nighter to study for this unit the day before the exam without much prior knowledge and managed to score quite well.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Not a bad unit; content-wise it was really interesting in some parts and it was fairly easy but I found the unit coordination abhorrent. So poorly organised that the unit coordinator told us not to email his staff address, and instead email an address specifically for the unit (that no one ever got a response from). If Beilharz is still the coordinator, be wary.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

This was one of my favourite units of that semester. The content is super interesting and most of the lecturers are excellent at teaching. One of the exceptions is Patuzzi, so just brace yourselves for his lectures in the second half of the semester. I liked that they regularly quizzed you on the topics because that meant that by the time the exam came along, I had most of my notes ready and all I needed to do was revise. The exam was all multi-choice and coupled with all the multi-choice online quizzes, this was one of my easier units to score highly in.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2013