PsTL 1135 1135 Help Page
WebAnatomy | 1135
How do I know what to study?
First, find out the topics that will be on the exam. All details will be provided on the course web site.
Second, look in the study guide for each corresponding chapter (example, the muscular system is chapter 7) Use the “Check List” as a guide to help you study. All study guide documents will be located on the Web Vista site. Many students also study from Power Point slides that will be available at the Web Vista site.
There are four major sources of information in GC 1135. First, and most important, is your lecture notes, second, is your text book, third are the study guide documents, and fourth are the Power Point slides.
Key: Be very familiar with the “Check List” items for each chapter / topic that is on the exam. Check list items can be found at the top of the study guide documents for each chapter.
Nine things to do to help your exam scores:
1. Read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest the information in the textbook.
2. Attend all lectures and take good notes. Each day you should copy your notes, and then re-copy your notes the next day. (Rehearsal is the key to learning anatomy and physiology.)
3. Using your notes, make flash cards - and then use them.
4. Many parts of the study guide have “Homework” questions. Use these questions to help study for exams.
5. Use WebAnatomy, and the other internet tutorials, when possible.
6. Review the lecture’s Power Point slides. (They will be archived on Moodle.)
7. Make drawings to help learn anatomy. For example, draw the neuromuscular junction, sarcomere, parts of the skull, action potential chart, etc.
8. Form a study group.
9. Do the practices quizzes (called “no point quizzes”) on the Moodle cours s
How to Study ... - a web page from one of Murray's collegues.
Concept Maps -