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I'm confident with the other two sections, but I'm finding the anatomy part really hard any revision tips or resources I should use.
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I'm confident with the other two sections, but I'm finding the anatomy part really hard any revision tips or resources I should use.
I use "mypeexam.org" it's got videos on all the topics and questions/quizzes. Also go through past papers because they help you realise what you're struggling with. Hope that helps! Good luck!
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I'm confident with the other two sections, but I'm finding the anatomy part really hard any revision tips or resources I should use.
I'm afraid I don't know the subject area very well but I can give you some revision ideas for learning anatomy that might help.

You could make mind maps and use different colours for different sections, you could print black and white images of parts of the body to colour and label. These could be placed around your study area or bed where you can look at them each night. You could watch anatomy videos on YouTube.

There are also some good anatomy revision/study books on Amazon that include lots of different activities like crosswords, word searches and multiple choice questions. Here's a link to the book I have; http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/1...rch_detailpage
You can also buy colouring books and anatomy models such as this heart model; http://www.amazon.co.uk/Learning-Res...=Anatomy+model which might help.

Good luck with your exams
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thanx
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I'd recommend signing up to a revision site called 'memrise'. You can use and make quizzes with key words and definitions, as well as adding pictures. Also, if you're competitive, like me, you'll find the leaderboard feature is real motivation for you to revise more and improve your score.
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