0 Reviews
Add to Cart
  • UniversityUniversity of Melbourne
  • AreaScience and technology
  • CourseFundamentals of cell biology
  • Course CodeCEDB20003
  • ProfessorDr Jenny Gunnersen
0 Purchases
86% Grade
  • Authorsrw96
  • Created2015
  • Pages8
  • Approved11 October 2016

This is a fantastic service to use for comparison of notes, compilation of notes or even just in an emergency. There are high quality and varied notes for all the subjects you need.

Daniel Markos

Daniel Markos Bond University

I use Nexus Notes as skeletons for my own notes. This method is far easier than working off textbooks and really helps me with my law exams which aren't getting any easier.

Tommy Hendrick

Tommy Hendrick University of Sydney

I have used Nexus Notes since the site launched and I’m now achieving way more Ds and HDs instead of Ps.

Nick Cundy

Nick Cundy University of Adelaide

View a 10% preview of these notes below.

Download the PDF file .

About these notes

Notes taken from the provided lecture notes, the lecture itself and descriptions the professor provided, as well as notes summarised from textbooks. The Content is provided in table form where each row is a separate powerpoint slide. The first Column provides the overarching subheadings and then the second column contains both a screenshot of the slide and then typed notes underneath. This gives a clear idea of everything discussed for that lectures and allows you to view the content easily. To study actively I summarised each row and wrote my summary in the space of the first column by hand and made many annotations. This way you begin to associate images with the summarised notes and also start to see how the topics within that lecture relate to one another.
Weekly CAL sessions which were computer assisted learning sessions are also included with answers, the answers were discussed and agreed upon in groups and with the demonstrator.

You must log in to submit a review.