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Multiple Choice Quizzes
Click "MCQ Quiz" in the left hand column. Customizable content! Easier quiz, good for recognizing what areas are weak.
Open Answer Quizzes
Go to "SAQ Quiz" in the left hand column to access. Customizable content! Harder than a multiple choice.
Tutorials with "Unit End" Quizzes. Good for the systems.
Tips and Tricks
The most important thing to remember is "structure and function."
- What does it look like?
- What does it do?
- How are 1. and 2. related? How does the way it look help what it does and vice versa?
Flashcards: They're portable study guides! Most of A&P is learning the vocabulary and flashcards are a great way to learn.
Have trouble remembering all the details? Check out www.medicalmnemonics.com for handy rhymes!
Diagrams and Slides
Very detailed and interactive diagrams of the body. Advertisement windows can be distracting, but a great resource.
Ever need a map of the body? Here's a great place to start.
BBC Human Body
Interactive IDs and neat games. Have fun and get prepared for exams.
This is a comprehensive list of muscle names including the pronounciation and the translation from Latin to English. Super helpful for remembering what words mean.
Signals Along Nerves
Lots of great animations showing how nerves do their job.
Sliding Filament Theory by Stephen Gourley