I ended up getting an 84%, but I was doing it in an EXTREMELY condensed timeframe (by the final exam, there was still an entire chapter I hadn't read - yikes), so if you have more time to spare, you'll do better than that (and if you're unhappy with the grade of an exam, you always have the option to retake it).
Tips that helped me:
Follow the study guide religiously. If it's not in there, don't pay attention to it. I copy pasted the information from the book into the study guide under the proper headers, edited it to be concise, and used that to study. Do the end of chapter quizzes and the online quizzes when you finish a chapter, and then review your study guide once a week (something I aimed to do, but didn't always get to).
Something that helped me immensely was watching online lectures about the subject material before reading the book. There are tons of full lectures on youtube. It really made everything a lot easier to remember and helped me cut down my study time quite a bit.
Anatomy Arcade helped me memorize a lot of anatomy, especially the muscles: Anatomy Arcade - Games
ALWAYS do the assignments and quizzes before you do the exam. I was disorganized and rushed and didn't do this for the first exam, and only got a 78%. That grade was a lot higher on the second exam, partly because I had developed a more efficient way of studying, but also because I made absolutely sure to finish the quiz and assignment first.
Lastly, the assignments are an excellent way to boost your grade. If you put in the effort, you can easily get 90%+ on them.