I am in A&P II and this is how my binder is organized:
Section 1: My personal notes for A&P II
Section 2: typed out A&P II notes from someone who has taken it before
Section 3: old tests for the section we're studying at the time (not the same, just gives me an idea on how the questions will be and it's a good practice for the study group I put together)
Section 4: my personal notes for A&P I
Section 5: notes transcribed for a deaf student a few semesters ago for A&P I
Section 6: outline and personal notes from a friend that took A&P I the semester before I did.
I also have two other notebooks of notes and old tests and pictures--one for A&P I and A&P II.
What I try and do is go through one set of 318 and one of 218 a day.
Not sure if your professor does multiple choice or a mix of multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, and essay, but if it's the latter, I would definitely practice drawing your flowcharts and diagrams a lot.
We all have our own way we learn best. Honestly, I tried flashcards, I tried reading the book, I tried coloring books and flashcards, I tried recording the class, I tried the study guide, and I tried rewriting my notes. In the end, what I said earlier in my post really works for me. I got an A in part I and have an A for II going into my final. I found trying to do everything like flashcards, recording, etc. burned me out because I was studying TOO much. I never thought there could be such a thing, but you'd be surprised.
Just make sure you keep up every day (with a break day once a week).
As for lab, if your professor offers open lab (an extra day a week to come in and look at everything), DON'T MISS THEM!!! they are crucial, and that's when I find the profs are at their best.
Good luck, Michelle. I was literally QUAKING before this summer dreading A&P. It's turned into my favorite class. You won't forget the material, and the labs are definitely interesting (i'd rather we had cadavers than cats, but that's another story