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Excelsior   (1,207 Views | 1 Replies)

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Hello,

Had a question for anyone using the SG101 guides for their exam.

I have recently purchased the Anatomy and Physiology study guide, and was impressed to see how much information it actually contained. I began reading through the material, however, and became a bit confused. There seem to be a lot of supplements and such, but I am not sure which part is the actual "study guide." Hope that makes sense? For instance, when you first open the PDF file, you get about 175 pages of information, broken down by system, with bullet points. I thought that this is what I was supposed to use to study, but then as I looked through the other pages, there is a visual guide (which I guess is just to help make points stick in your head), but then there were a ton of other pages that almost seemed to get more in depth than that pages with the bulleted points in the beginning.

I have no problem reading through all of the material, but for those of you who have used SG in the past, which part of the guide contains the information that you studied for your exam? Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks!

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the study guides have a how to page that tells you exactly what pages are the study guide part. everyone that i used was less than 200 page, most under 100. the how to page is like page 2 or 3. the rest is for extra if you have trouble with a certain section you can use that to do more in depth studying. you should email them if you have questions, they are really good about answering questions.

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