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Anatomy Lab Exam I Handout

Anatomy Lab Exam I Handout - Anatomy Lab Exam I The exam...

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Anatomy Lab Exam I: The exam will consist of 25 practical examination questions. You will not be allowed into the lab until the instructor opens the door at the beginning of your scheduled lab time. Do not be late, or you will not be allowed to take the exam. You will be asked to identify the labeled structure at your seat (a model, or possibly an illustration). After one minute, you will proceed to the next highest number (if you start at #17, move to #18). You will have one minute between questions. At the completion of these 25 questions, you will remain at your seat and finish the remaining 25 questions, which will be fill in the blank or matching style questions based primarily on the lab objectives listed on your lab handouts. You are encouraged to review the anatomy on your PAL software that came with your textbook and lab manual. There is a “self-study quiz” function for the skeletal system in both the anatomical models section and the human cadaver section. If you cannot get the software to work contact Dr. Johnson immediately for assistance: [email protected] The following lists contain the objectives and the word-lists for the 3 labs covered on the exam.
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