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Anatomy Phys. 2B Best Friend
on February 18, 2011
What I found in my first semester of A&P for pre-med was that the best way to study this topic (once you have the basics of a chapter down) is to be quizzed. The more times a student can have their knowledge challenged verbally or written the better. There is a problem with certain topics where a student reaches a threshold of stress, knowledge, and repetition and they lose perspective on what they THINK they know, and what they ACTUALLY have in long term memory. I picked up this book tonight at Barnes and Noble, and one of the reasons I am writing this review is because I needed to find the Amazon link to give to my friends in class with me. Any student going over the systems, in particular, will probably end up doing better on their tests with this book. The book is a makeshift exam, with answers in the back. It has multiple choice, diagrams, crossword puzzles, fill in the blank, etc. It is from another publisher, but it follows my college text perfectly. *It will not teach you anything*. It will only reinforce it, which ends up being the hardest part of this subject. I think my Professor would do well to have a similar book for his class. Good luck!