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SOS---911---HELP!! I'm not passing A&P II

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Hi,

A&P II is killing me. I'm ok on the labs but FLUNKING the lecture/physiology tests.

I can't seem to grasp the concepts, critical thinking part the lecture.

ANYONE, ANYONE, ANYONE OUT THERE WHO CAN HELP?

Need advice, suggestions, study tips, anything to pull me out of this black hole.

Thanks.

ps I made a B in A& P II....memorization I can do.

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BellasMommyOBRN

Specializes in Maternity.

what have you gone over so far? yes, a&p 2 is more than just pure memorization. it may take more than flash cards (i never used flash cards for a&p 2). i tried to understand everything i went over in class. it is very time consuming but, it gets the job done on those lecture exams.

if there is anything specific that you don't understand, let us know! some of us have been there and would be happy to help!

I'm doing good in A&P2 so far....but it's tough. A&P1 I got a "B" in but I thought it was a lot harder. I hate chemistry and A&P1 is filled with that, lol. Anyway.....like the previous nursey said....if you need any help just ask. Good luck!! :)

Okay, I have a question. We are in the middle of the CV system and blood vessels and while I understand all artery pathways and venous pathways outside of the heart I am having trouble with the actual heart. Like tracing a pathway from the left thumb to the right thumb describing each step along the way.

I mean...I know it would go digital--palmar arch--radial/ulnar--brachial--axillary--brachiocephalic-- and then I get lost. Can someone offer an easier way of explaining it?

JeanettePNP, MSN, RN, NP

Specializes in Pediatric Pulmonology and Allergy. Has 8 years experience.

Okay, I have a question. We are in the middle of the CV system and blood vessels and while I understand all artery pathways and venous pathways outside of the heart I am having trouble with the actual heart. Like tracing a pathway from the left thumb to the right thumb describing each step along the way.

I mean...I know it would go digital--palmar arch--radial/ulnar--brachial--axillary--brachiocephalic-- and then I get lost. Can someone offer an easier way of explaining it?

I suggest starting a new thread.

Why start a new thread? That just clutters up the board. People were offering to help the OP with questions so I thought I would add one.

Do you not know the answer to the question?

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