No, actually. They were generally broader concept questions that required a grasp on the overall material. The other quizzes and the reading required to properly answer them would provide more than sufficient broad knowledge to answer the questions. Your mileage may vary, as I’m generally a good test taker. Many of the questions were definitely covered in previous quizzes, but were presented in different or simpler terms. Some of he questions I had to rely on systems knowledge to eliminate erroneous answers when I didn’t know the specific name of a muscle in X group, etc.
If you have previous experience in healthcare I’m sure you’ll do well. This is all new to me. I had only studied for the biology CLEP before all this, aside from knowledge I obtained from my own health problems and chronic illness of family members, etc. previous knowledge of Greek sure has proven handy.
At least in my case, none of those "put the following in order" dreaded questions showed up.