Hey! (: What I did for A&P 2 was to know the textbook really, really well.
If you have who I think you have, he likes to test on matching! So know the anatomy of everything, but especially bones. He likes charts and graphs for physiology, especially about thresholds. Many of his questions are about function; I thought it was helpful to make flow charts. For reproductive, I wrote out step by step which hormones do what at which point in the ovulatory cycle. If you have the leftover time, he also likes to test on things that "sound cool," like the Nodes of Ranvier.
Don't space out
during his lecture because if you lose him, you've lost him for the remainder of the class. People are often saying that his lecture is pointless, but if you read the book before you go to class his lecture will clarify a lot of things for you!
Like someone else said, make flashcards on Quizlet or another site. I would not rely on other people's cards. Make up your own questions! Integrate terms with questions like, "Drugs that increase the threshold of myocardial contractility will do what to the heart rate?" Because it's important!