These were already reviewed first page but I guess more reviews couldn't hurt:
Ease: 8/10- I found this subject relatively easy (especially because I was involved in the so-called easiest project in the compsci sect). You have an assignment like every week or so and regular diary updates but apart from that it's generally a breeze. I guess the hardest part was coping with group work (unfair work load etc.)
Lecturer: 4/10 - Lambert wasn't great, he would go off topic really easily and blab on for a while but a good lecturer really isn't necessary for this subject IMO.
Interest: 7/10 - It was fun, more like something you'd do as a hobby than anything else, but group work once again did get really annoying
Overall: 7/10 - If you like working with people and want to do something fairly simple, I suggest you do this subject
Ease: 6/10- Even for someone with some previous programming experience in year 12 SDD, I found higher computing to be really challenging. I screwed up for the last 2 assignments because I left them way too late, and the final exam requires alot of logical thought under pressure which I also found difficult.
Lecturer: 10/10 - Morri is amazing. He has a great sense of humour and keeps the class intent and listening. He's articulate and his lectures are the only ones I didn't skip once this semester!
Interest: 9/10 - I'm doing comp science as a degree, but none the less, this subject is actually really fun and interesting. IMO, It's close to impossible that you will be unimpressed with the content and challenges you are presented with in this course
Overall: 9/10 - apart from the difficult aspect, this course is great for anyone interested in problem solving. I highly recommend it
Ease: 5/10- I only did 2 unit at school and I struggled like hell for this course. It's not an extremely difficult subject but it does require quite a bit of assumed knowledge and the will to study and understand difficult concepts
Lecturer: Angel - 7/10 - Pretty good lecturer, but hardly paid attention to be honest, he's definately not the best there is. 3/10 for my other lecturer who teaches algebra, can't remember his name. But in summary: he was crap, and yelled at everyone for taking out laptops and generally made the content sound alot more difficult than it actually was -.-
Interest: 6/10 - once you understand the content, this subject is really not too bad.
Overall: 5/10 - I didn't enjoy this subject too much only because I never really understood it. If you like maths, I do recommend it though.
(save the worst for last)
MATH1081 a.k.a hell
Ease: 1/10- Welcome to hell. This subject is a bunch of new concepts you've probably never seen or heard and need at least 3 years to fully grasp, but instead, have to cram within the timespan of a single semester. If you're not a super logical genius, steer the fuck away.
Lecturer: Chan - 9/10 - Chan is a GREAT lecturer. The topics I had him for were the ones I was able to grasp alot easier. Jefferies 1/10.- Jefferies added to this subject being an absolute bitch. He's AWFUL. After attending his first 3 lectures and forcing myself to stay awake I figured that I could better spend my time teaching myself the damn subject. I did Truth tables in year 12 SDD, and was so happy when it came to learning this topic. Jefferies, however, gave a 1 hour introduction on the subject that had me wondering if there was a totally different definition of truth tables. JUST AWFUL. When Chan came back for the last topic, we clapped for like a minute straight.
Interest: 3/10 - For the topics I did understand, this subject was somewhat interesting
Overall: 4/10 - If it wasn't so ridiculously hard, this subject wouldn't be half bad.