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I am study for my level two anatomy and physiology exam and nothing i seem to do is helping the information go in. I have tried reading books, music, quizzes, flashcards, ect and nothing is helping.

Has anyone got any idea on how i can pass?
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I am study for my level two anatomy and physiology exam and nothing i seem to do is helping the information go in. I have tried reading books, music, quizzes, flashcards, ect and nothing is helping.

Has anyone got any idea on how i can pass?
Well, firstly you need to focus on understanding it, not letting it in. Anatomy can be a bit of a toughy, but if you first grasp it, then try to learn it, it will be easier. And it would be indefinitely better if, instead of using prepared flashcards, you prepare your own flashcards for anatomy. Also, try mnemonics for anatomy. As far as physiology is concerned, that depends mostly on your understanding of the whole framework of human physiology. If you learn about, say, renal compensation (skip this if you haven't heard the name before) try understanding what are the long term effects of this process on the whole body's physiology.
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I am study for my level two anatomy and physiology exam and nothing i seem to do is helping the information go in. I have tried reading books, music, quizzes, flashcards, ect and nothing is helping.

Has anyone got any idea on how i can pass?
How about labelled diagrams of the organs and parts of the body or something like that. If you got a friend, you could make them dress in plain old clothes, and then you could selotape the various organs and parts of the body to their clothes in the right place. Maybe try making it more interesting so that the information goes in. But it depends on how you learn. If you learn visually that would help, but maybe try documentaries and things as well. There's loads of good ones out there.
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How about labelled diagrams of the organs and parts of the body or something like that. If you got a friend, you could make them dress in plain old clothes, and then you could selotape the various organs and parts of the body to their clothes in the right place. Maybe try making it more interesting so that the information goes in. But it depends on how you learn. If you learn visually that would help, but maybe try documentaries and things as well. There's loads of good ones out there.
I think her level of anatomy is going to be a bit more complicated than "where are your organs".
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I think her level of anatomy is going to be a bit more complicated than "where are your organs".
in a composite course, its way easier, compared to studying the bronchopulmonary segments and subsegments of the left lung.
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I think her level of anatomy is going to be a bit more complicated than "where are your organs".
If she annotated them though with all the right details though then it would be more to her level though.
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