Hi guys. I am in pre-nursing right now and I've just had my first A&P class. I'm taking it once a week 2 1/2 lecture with a 2 1/2 lab followed.My professor is a foreign man with a very thick accent, it's not easy to understand him and he practically reads directly from the book (I can do this on my own?) - Regardless he covered very little in our first lecture class and now I know we have a quiz next week on chapters 1 through 3. We only went over chapter 1 in class, somewhat and he told us to read chapters 2 and 3 ourselves for the quiz.Well I do find this inappropriate to begin with, we shouldn't have to completely go over material by ourselves and expect a quiz on it - the thing I'm freaking out about is that Ch 1-3 is 112 pages. Our quiz is going to be between 15-25 points. So course I'm trying to learn every bold word, everything that seems important, memorize the pictures and charts and all and for a 15-20 point quiz? He refused to tell us anything more than that the quiz would be on chapters 1-3. So in the past 2 days I've been sitting here with my textbook for over 7 hours and I'm just going insane as of now.Okay to get to the point of making this thread. Did your professors for this class give you a more direct heads up (Or more hints) as to what was on the quizzes/exams other than "Chapters XXX-XXX"? Myself and a few friends in the class feel like we're pretty much in the dark because we're trying to thoroughly understand and remember 100+ pages of information for what seems to be a very small quiz, not even knowing if the majority of the information we're shoving in our brains will be needed already. And even though I am pretty sure this does change from campus to campus and professor to professor, how were your quizzes/exams (lecture) set up? Multiple Choice/Matching/True and False/Fill in the blank/etc? I know this is something I should've asked in class however I'm studying right now as if everything will be fill in the blank and I'm nearly killing myself it feels.Thanks everyone who reads this, sorry for the short story!