My strategy for Anatomy (separate from phys at my school) was make flash cards for lecture stuff. For lab we got a lab book which listed everything that would be on each test. Then I went through the list with the book and highlighted all the parts(pictures) on that list for the upcoming test. Every page that had highlighting got a sticky tab (each test a different color). Then it was easy for me to go through all the stuff, find it, and know that I wasn’t missing anything. I didn’t do this on the first test and got a B. Started doing this after that and got all A’s. But I did work on it every day of that semester aside from my birthday. I don’t care how smart you are. If you wait till a few days before the test to study you won’t do well. There’s just too much info.
My teacher had open lab on the weekends where you could get extra help. If you have this available GO, even if your keeping up. Just by being there and listening you will get questions answered you didn’t even know you had. And you will actually understand the stuff by talking about it there with the teacher and other students.