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NEUR3001 – Molecular & Cellular Neuroscience

Lecturer Dr Peter Noakes
Course Link UQ Site
Faculty HABS
Prerequisites BIOM2011 + BIOL2200
Contact Hours 3 Lecture hours, 1 Contact hour
Semester(s) Taught Semester 1
Course Units 2
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Rating

Total average

72.1/100

Learning Materials ( 70 )
Learning Activities ( 50 )
Blackboard Management ( 70 )
Course Content ( 90 )
Course Structure ( 60 )
Contact Availability ( 85 )
Course Difficulty ( 80 )

Reviews (1)

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NEUR3001 – Molecular & Cellular Neuroscience 72.1

The practicals are incredibly disorganised, do the journal club instead.
The final exam is stupidly hard because there's not enough time to stop and think about it- it's not a test of your knowledge, but of how fast you can write. Both my hand and all of my friends' were really sore afterwards. I got a 6 because I was rushing to finish the final, whereas for the other two assessment pieces I got 7s.

That aside, this is a good, interesting course. Some of the lecturers need to slow down, and I think there should be no SAQs on the final from modules that were in the midsem, but overall did enjoy.

Did this in Semester 1 2019, but there's no option to select that.

Semester taken

Semester 1 - 2017

Your program/major

BSc Biomedical Science

Is lecture attendance necessary?

VERY MUCH SO

Is the textbook necessary?

Not unless you\'re struggling with concepts.

Positives
  • Interesting
  • Mostly passionate lecturers
  • Option to not do disorganized practicals
Negatives
  • Final exam is needlessly hard
  • If you talk so fast that people can't understand, chill
  • Exams at all
Posted on September 10, 2019 3:06 pm

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