mdbarker 649 Views
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I was wondering, does anyone have an easier way of learning the bones and cartilages in the skull, it's killin me. So much to remember:spin:
We are on Chapter 3 in Marieb, The Cell, I hate it, it is soooooo boring. I took a quiz tonight and totally blew it, I didn't have time to study for it because me and my husband argued all weekend than he took off to a superbowl party and left me with his mother and the kids I had NO piece and quit, and if he don't start helping me I don't know what I'm going to do. I'm so mad at myself because so far my grades are good
Anything to do for self centered, smartass husbands that does nothing except work, sleep during the week and drink and watch ball games on the weekends?
I can get some of the anatomical regions, but i'm getting so confused when questions some questions are asked like.... the hypogastric region is______ to the inguinal region.
Does anyone have any recommendations to help with this. I know superior is toward the cephalic(head) and inferior is toward the feet.
Well I had my first class monday and my lab last, night, I will have to say I LOVE IT. My teacher is GREAT, she's funny and teaches us in a fun way. She said that she's never been one to be able to memorize things, so she doesn't teach that way. We have our first quiz next wed, and a test on the following monday on chapter 1. We will have a test after each chapter (I think that's what she said) we're only covering the first 12 chapters this semester and she said we will have many, many quizes when we get to the bones. All and all I think I'm going to like this class, It's going to be hard, but i just don't feel soooooooo stressed out which is GREAT:wink2:
Good luck to you as well, I'll let ya'll know how it goes. And you also let us know how your class goes.
:uhoh21: Well I start A&P I tomorrow night and I'm excited and a bit nervous. We are using Marieb's 6th edition textbook and Marieb's 7th edition lab book. I also bought Anatomy and Physiology Cliffnotes book, and Survival Guide For Anatomy And Physiology: Tios, Techniques And Shortcuts" by Kevin T. Patton, Anatomy Coloring book from Kaplan, and Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary. I hope these things help me. After looking through my books,and starting to read the first few chapters, I didn't realize that there was soooooooooo much stuff to learn. Wish me LUCK and pray because i'm going to need ALL i can get. I'll be back here after class.
Thank you for the sites I will definatley be using them, they look great
This is so funny because i just got done talking to my mom about my house and chewing butts out this morning over the house, everyone thinks because i'm off work right now i should be their maid but my husband thinks this all the time. I feel like if the dishes are washed the house looks pretty decent. I HAVE to have clean bathrooms i can't stand them to be dirty and I have 3. MY son who is now 6 had a problem a couple of years ago about peeing where ever he was i'd go to the bathroom and it would litterly be running down the walling, now that drove me INSANE uhggggg...... My kitchen pantry I have to have organized as well as my cabinets because i hate to look for something and can't find it because it's not in it's place. I HATE clothes i don't mind washing them but putting them away is another thing i usually grab from the dryer. I could spend ALL day cleaning from top to bottem and have it spotless and by the time i sit down and look around it's a mess again. No-one picks up after themselves. I know as long as we have kids at home we will always have a mess, it's just not the point. I told everyone this morning either they start helping and doing their part or i would do nothing including going to the grocery store or washing clothes. I'm just waiting to see the results of that, probley a joke. Little kids can help just by picking up the clothes and toys.
Hi, I just finished Intro to Chemistry for todays health. It wasn't that bad just alot to study and remember. We really didn't have to memorize the elements it was a combination of everything, protons, electrons, neutrons, formula weights and knowing the different kinds of bonds e..g. polar,(water) non-polar (gasoline)and it does involve alot of math or atleast mine did. We'd have to know the names of elements put together e.g. N20 ..dinitrogen monoxide ( uses a prefix because it's 2 nonmetals. A metal and a nonmetal end in (ide)If i can do it after being out of school for 15 years and being a math dummy anyone can do it, just make sure you sit in front of the class, ask questions, even stay over an ask if you don't know something, MOST IMPORTANT don't miss a class because when you go back you will be lost. You will do fine, it's kind of fun too.
The community college i attend has it's own website where you can register and find all of you information on it, it also has a link to the book store so you can order or see what books you are going to need, so if your school has it's own site maybe you can check to find your book.
I checked with the school today and they don't offer medical microbiology, it's just regular micro so would the be ok to take and help with what i will need to know
I think I will take it even though it isn't required, and it has been 17 years since i've had biology. Also, what are some good drug calculation books to get, i will need all the help i can get because i've always been weak in Math that was my biggest problem in Chemistry but i still got out of there with an 87. And right now i've been looking through Amazon at the Anatomy Coloring books and flash cards so when i figure out what to get i hope it will help me some.
Just finished English Comp and Intro Chem
Start January 9th
A & P I (4)
Computer Concepts (3)
Fingers are crossed, Prayers have been said!!
The community college that I attend doesn't require us to take Micro Biology all we have to have is a Biology from high school. I've noticed on most thread everyone has to take this, so why not my school? I'm in Virginia i don't know if that makes a difference. Should I take it anyway just for heads up or not?
I think my biggest fear is all of the calculations i wasn't very good in Math when i was in High School I don't understand it unless someone shows me one on one how to do it and also the Community College that i'm attending doesn't require Microbiology i've noticed in alot of the threads everyone is taking it, should I take it even though it isn't required. I had basic biology in high school but i don't remember anything
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