lllazar wrote:Does anyone know any sites with labeling activities for muscles?
lllazar wrote:Do you guys know if we need to features on bone surfaces?
lllazar wrote:Btw, looks like respiratory and muscular and endocrine for next year.
Paradox21 wrote:I would recommend making diagrams of the muscles for your cheat sheet. Muscles are actually pretty tough to identify. There were several muscles to ID on the nats test and I don't think I could have done a lot of it without my diagrams. They are worth the space on the sheet.
tclme elmo wrote:lllazar wrote:Do you guys know if we need to features on bone surfaces?
You definitely should. However, I don't think it's in the rules. but DEFINITELY, definitely learn them. why are you asking? skeletal isn't one of the systems for next year.
foranatdis wrote:did anyone think the national's test was extremely easy and unsatisfying? tho.. we got 2nd...w/e ...i thought state was harder but we got still got 1st ..
Paradox21 wrote:foranatdis wrote:did anyone think the national's test was extremely easy and unsatisfying? tho.. we got 2nd...w/e ...i thought state was harder but we got still got 1st ..
Yeah, the test was very trivial, it seemed. You either knew the answer or didn't. It didn't require a lot of thinking or connecting ideas. My cheat sheet was worth its weight in gold. It had most of the answers. I was also surprised at how little there was on the endocrine system. It seemed like it was covered much less than the muscular and skeletal.
mali_16 wrote:What topics do you think would be on the C Division?
paleonaps95 wrote:I honestly don't really expect it to change at all.
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