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One problem that many students encounter in Basic Human Anatomy A215 is trying to learn the MASSIVE amount of material. It can get overwhelming. We know - we remember our days as anatomy students too!

In an effort to help you organize and learn this material, Dr. Valerie O'Loughlin (the co-authour of your textbook) prepared a series of "learning exercises". It is our hope that these exercises will help YOU better understand and learn the material.

Below are links to the learning exercises, organized by topics. You can print these out and have them as an additional study aid. Just click on the learning exercise topic, and that will take you to the appropriate exercise. Use the "Back" button in your Web browser to return to this page.

Good luck!

What Do I Need to Know (General advice and info about lecture exams)

Exam 1 Exercises (Memory matrices created by Dr. O'Loughlin)

Exam 2 Exercises (Memory matrices created by Dr. O'Loughlin)

Exam 3 Exercises (Memory matrices created by Dr. O'Loughlin)

Exam 4 Exercises (Memory matrices created by Dr. O'Loughlin)

 

 

 

 

 

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