ANY advice on A&P - page 3
Today I had my second A&P test and failed it one point lower than my first one. I got a 54 on the first and a 53 on the second. Is there ANY advice you would give? I studied much harder on the second test and feel I would have... Read More
- 0Oct 12, '12 by T-Bird78Sing with me, "the leg bone is connected to the knee bone, the knee bone is connected to the thigh bone, the thigh bone is connected to the hip bone" etc. A&P is so dry that it's hard to make it more fun and interesting. My A&P teacher would get so upset at the drawings in the book (the lymphatic system is NOT green, and I have never seen a blue spleen, etc) and he'd complain about it and would lose track while teaching. Just try one body system at a time. Anatomy is all memorization so try finding a blank skeleton and labeling the parts yourself and check against the book. Oh, and good luck when you get to the nervous system--that section about kicked my butt!! There's a pin on Pinterest with a neat drawing of a body and the 8 cranial nerves and what they control, see if you can find that.