There is a rumor in my school stating that A&P II is an easier course to take than A&P I. I (of course) am hoping this is correct, but I just don't know. For anyone out there who has already taken both A&P classes, did you believe that A&P II was an easier course to take than A&P I? Also, is there any tips you can pass down to me, so I can get the most efficient grade possible?
Thank you for your time and responses! :heartbeat
I must agree with Griffin123. A&P II for me was easier. It was mostly Physiology with very little Anatomy. I enjoy learning the how and why of things much better than the learning of a particular notch on a bone etc. I always check ratemyprofessor.com and also use myedu.com. On Myedu.com the grades from the semesters are uploaded directly from the school to the myedu.com website. This way you are getting more accurate grades from the professors history. If a particular professor has a history of only giving 5% A's 12% B's 40% C's then I stay away from this professor. Make a free account on myedu.com and locate your school then do a search for either a particular subject or professor. Good Luck!! Study, Study, Study!!!
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I'm starting AP II this coming week, a friend of mine told me to learn the Endocrine System REALLY well and that it will help me ALOT!
Is this true?
I'm excited as I do enjoy the Physiology aspect of things, the rote memorization can get quite dull after awhile....
For those that got A's what was the hardest topic for you to master in AP II?
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