I'll be taking A&P II over the summer as well. I think I've mentioned to you before that I had taken A&P previously but my credit didn't transfer when I transferred to a different college. When I took A&P before, and what I plan to do again for A&P I and II, is I used a lot of flashcards for the terms, I recorded my lectures and listened to them in the car or while exercising, and I drew pictures. Lots and lots of pictures. I drew out everything I had to learn, the heart, the digestive system, whatever system we were on, I drew and doodled and labeled and then colored them in with Crayola color pencils. I have a binder full of drawings, lol. I'm a very hands on and visual learner, so between those three things, I retained a LOT from taking A&P previously, I still remember so much.
I also used YouTube a lot, as it has a wealth of videos available for every section of the body. I had some amazing video's I always referred to for the digestive system. I also looked for songs... yep, songs, that people would make about parts of the body. You may have to sift through some really horribly done video's to find ones that were put together well.
For example, when you get to the bloodflow through the heart, which trust me you will see in A&P, this video is awesome. I have the entire song memorized and it's awesome. The song is actually from the old show "Happy Days", and someone on YouTube took the song and put the lyrics in the video to help follow along.
Pumps Your Blood - YouTube
I personally loved A&P, learning about the inner workings of the body was so interesting to me.