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Learning Materials ( 80 )
Learning Activities ( 40 )
Blackboard Management ( 80 )
Course Content ( 50 )
Course Structure ( 61 )
Contact Availability ( 75 )
Course Difficulty ( 30 )

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GEOG1000 – Human Settlements 59.4

This course is really content-heavy, although the overall concepts are easy to understand. Lecturers are good, although sometimes move through things a little too fast. Content is interesting, but repetitive at times. The PASS classes are SUPER helpful. Really good for reviewing thins bit-by-bit and keeping you up to track.

Practicals are super boring, but unfortunately examinable. I repeat, don't skip these, they ARE on the exam. Pretty simple stuff and makes for a good brain-break. Also handy for revision throughout the semester.

Plenty of resources available, including a big list of further reading. This reading is NOT compulsory and NOT on the exam, but cool if you're really interested in the topics.

Short resonse questions on the exam should really be extended response questions for the marks their offering, but otherwise the exam is nice and straightforward.

Semester taken

Semester 1 - 2017

Your program/major

BEnvMan (Honours)

Is lecture attendance necessary?

No, BB recordings are fairly reliable and lecturer good at chasing up solutions to any problems that arise

Is the textbook necessary?

No textbook required

  • Good Lecturers
  • Simple Concepts
  • Lots of Resources
  • Content Heavy
  • Exam Structure
  • Boring Tutorials
Posted on December 22, 2018 7:52 pm

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