This class was tough.
This is a prerequisite for the BSN program. Professor Metwalli kept the class on track with quizzes on almost every chapter and detailed power point slides. As long as you kept the power points and took decent notes you could do well in class.
In order to pass you had to memorize the bones and muscles, which is challenging and can only be done by studying and repeating them over and over. The lab is essential but with Metwalli much of it was on our own, so if you did not make good use of time you couldn't do well in lab.
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Apps help with the memorization, as does studying with other students. The best thing I found was to make flashcards and to go over them every time I had a chance.