Please, be honest! - page 4

how many of you have already started studying for next semester? i have to come clean! :eek: i have purchased most of my books. i would have purchased them all, but some are not in, yet. in... Read More

  1. by   Whisper
    What is a med-tech?
  2. by   Mkue
    Originally posted by Peeps Mcarthur
    We're starting out with Cardiovascular anatomy. Fetal pig heart and cat discection for the study of the arterial/venous system. Then on to Pulmonary, Digestive and Reproductive.
    I made a commitment to the Honors section of Anatomy. It will consist of weekly presentations to the class about diseases related to current course content. I'm VERY stoked about that. I'm looking forward to showing what I'm made of.
    Since lecture is heavily physiological,(and my instructor is kind of a kook) I guess I'll be starting my chemistry/pharmacology studies a little early. My instructor also loves the nervouse system so I guess that electrical conduction will be at the top of the list.
    I'm glad I started the lab homework. It's very time consuming, but I think in a week I'll have it whipped.( I made that very same claim last week!)
    Do you have a fill-in-the-blanks type of format to your lab homework? The anatomical charts that we have to fill in are horrendous Some of the field the organs are in is mostly blacked out or blurry. How the hell am I supposed to identify that crap? It just pisses me off to get a 9/10 on a TAKEHOME assingment for crying out loud.
    How about you?
    Thanks, that really helps. I took A&P I last year and should have gone right one to II but didn't... so taking it this spring.

    Yes, we have fill in the blanks too for lab book, I'm going to get started on that good idea !

    Thanks and good luck
  3. by   Mkue
    Ok, I bought a used Incredibly Easy A&P book from springhouse so I think that will help with A&P II, wish I had it for A&P I, instructor was really tough.

    Those books are so helpful !