I took these classes separately. For the physio I just had to go to as many study groups and I could and write out processes over and over until I got them (and draw pictures). For anatomy, get flash cards!!! I also took pictures of the cadavers at school (its ok if you do not take a picture of the face and only use them for yourself) and for the bones I made copies from our lab book and cut them out for use at home...I am a hands on learner...this didn't work with the pelvis tough since it is do dimensional.. I am sure people on here will give you websites, and I am sure they will help but I never used them, I spent a lot of my free time in the lab looking at slides, touching, feeling, and getting familiar with the bones, and making up practice tests with other students with the cadavers... and I got A's in both classes.