ANAT3022

ANAT3022

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By: Gus Douglas
Grade Achieved: 6
Overall Rating of Course Difficulty: 3/5 – Average Difficulty
Most Relevant Content Came From: Lectures
Lecturer: Ruitenburg
How Good Was The Lecturer? 5/5 – Top Lecturer!
Semester Taken: Semester 2, 2013

In This Course:
– Staff will give good assignment/exam hints.
– The textbook is not actually necessary.
– Assignments/exams are marked fairly.
– The lecturer does not just read off the slides.
BUT:
– You can NOT do the whole course online.
– This course DOES NOT give ‘free’ or participation marks

Overall Comment:
ANAT3022 is a much easier course than it sounds. In comparison to a more general anatomy course there is significantly less content and nothing that is conceptually challenging.

The course content overlaps with content from more generalised anatomy courses as well as with NEUR3002. Studying both of these courses in the same semester made both courses a lot easier to manage.

The assignment is basically just filling in a sheet on a brain dissection and a presentation on that, so pretty straight forward. Also the pracs are pretty important for passing the spotter exam.

Overall it is a very interesting course that is not too difficult.