I'll be taking A&P II next semester. A in lab and lecture for last semester. :) Note cards really helped me the most, as well as doing my outline of the chapter. I re-write stuff from the book, because chances are if I write it down I'll remember it. For lab I HAD to use the models. I tried studying with just the book, and I was so lost. The models and the book look so different! When I couldn't get to an open lab I would use my lab book. I get post-it notes and cover up what's labeled on the diagrams, that way when I'm studying I can just flip it over to see if I got it right.
Another thing that helps me is studying out loud. I always get with my boyfriend, and I'm sure it drives him crazy, but I'll talk about what I'm studying kind of like I'm telling him a story or kind of like I'm teaching him. I also do this with an annoying, loud English accent. Very, very strange... it helps, though.
Oh, here's a question that's almost random-- I saw a couple of you say your lab book was falling apart. Mine too! I was actually wondering if there was any way to fix it. I guess I'm weird, but the page curling really really REALLY bugs me. Anyone know how to get rid of that?