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I did learn a bit about the use of endnote and had a fairly brief intro to essay writing but that was it. Tutorials were boring, and the last group assignment was based on your whole class so if you were stuck in a class with people who didn't know what they were doing, that would drag down your mark too.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Do this unit in first year! I did this in second year and was the worst unit i have had so far. Didn't learn anything apart from a few tricks on word and excel. The tutorials were far too long and blabbered on about common knowledge to most who attended. It was assessed with weirdly weighted assignments including a 4 minute presentation worth not even 4%? It was more work than i thought it would be (especially the weekly activities). Just an utter drag but i suppose it would be fun for students just freshly arriving at university.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

So easy, almost no effort required for an HD

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

I hated this unit so much. It DID help me a lot with writing reports and presentations but overall it was a bit pointless and boring and it was dragged so much. The group assignment was very important so if you don't end up with responsible people your gpa is going down in hell. Also, you gotta be lucky and get a good tutor to get good marks. My tutor was awesome she helped me out with everything and was willing to explain it all and spend her personal time helping us. if you end up with the old guy you're dead. i regret taking this unit so much.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Good unit to upskill yourself with the technology required to get through uni - not the best unit but an easy HD :) the lecturers are also really boring

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

This unit was overall okay. A small bit of it was actually helpful, but the majority was mind numbing. The easy marks were nice, and my tutorial was really relaxed and great to make some new friends, but one of the lecturers was incredibly boring (despite being in the Sience Communication area?) and most of the lectures were pointless.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

This unit is useful for any aspiring scientist, whether your aim is to conduct research, or journey into other areas such as medicine. SCOM1101 encourages you to improve your ability to speak and present information to an audience, teaches you to interpret the scientific reports of other scientists, as well as write your own. The problem with this unit is the group assignment at the end of semester, which feels rushed, unorganised, and relies too much on the attitudes of all members involved.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

This unit was not very enjoyable. I dreaded both the tutorials and assignments.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

Super easy. The unit gives you some good tips on writing and presenting information scientifically and most importantly, even if you find it a bit boring, its good practice and easy marks.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2013

Yes - I have given this unit one star because I hated it that much. Sure, it's easy and the workload is small but the lectures and tutorials are extremely boring. I was averaging 85% in all my individual assignments then got 68% on a group assignment that I ended up doing all the work for. My tutor was uninformative and didn't give constructive feedback. One of the lecturers was terrible at communicating. There's nothing much else to say except avoid at all costs unless it is compulsory for you to finish your degree.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014