I am in A&P 1 at the moment as well. I HIGHLY recommend looking through the A&P sticky on this website-I found it tremendously helpful. Also, you should figure out your learning style. Do you learn by hearing the material? Are you a kinesthetic learner (learning by doing)? Here's what I've been doing to study, and it seems to work for me.
-Go to ALL labs (obviously), including open labs. And stay until they kick you out.
-study a little bit at a time, frequently! If you study in small chunks, you will retain the information more easily, and all you have to do is review the night before the test instead of cramming.
-Flashcards, flashcards, flashcards.
-Buy page flags and cover the names of muscles and bones in your textbook. (The pictures of muscles in my textbook aren't very good so I found a good atlas to use). Quiz yourself!
-Use page protectors for labeling pictures to your heart's content.
Teach someone else (This one is the absolute best for me). If you can explain it to someone else, then you know that you know the material!
Rewrite your notes. Pretend like you're writing them for a high school level A&P class.
Make sure you have good test taking skills. A person can know all the material forwards and backwards but fail the test because they just don't have good test skills. Universities typically have a department that can help you with study/test skills.
Most important of all, though, is make sure you understand the concepts behind all the "stuff" and how to apply the material. A&P is ANYTHING but rote memorization. It's all about the processes and relationships.
You can do it! I know you can