Savage Science Anatomy and Physiology Mid Term Exam Review Questions 1-47: These are all questions that deal with body organization. This could include planes, directions, levels (chemical, cellular, organ, etc), systems, and medical imaging processes. Your notes from the beginning of the year through test #1. Also chapter 1 of your book. Questions 48-81: These questions relate to body chemistry. This includes the lab we did on nutrients in your food, essential elements, chemical composition of the body, macro and micro compounds, etc. Your notes from test #1 through test #2 and also chapter 2 of your book (mostly your notes). Questions 82-100: These questions deal with cells and cell membranes. This could include hyper, hypo, and isotonic situations, cell membrane anatomy, basic cell parts, transcription and translation of DNA. Notes in your notebook through test #3 also chapter 3 in your book. Questions 101-144: These are tissue questions. Chapter 4 in your book has wonderful pictures to review with. These are questions that identify epithelial, connective, muscle, nerve and bone tissue. Although there will not be slide put up on the screen, like before, there are questions that do include pictures. Also, in this area of the test, are questions relating to skin, its layers, and burns. (About 10 questions about skin….chapter 5) Questions 145-210: This is the skeletal system part of the test. There will not be a practical but there are bone pictures to identify. There are questions that deal with bone structure, broken bone types, and quantity of bones in the skeleton. A) A skulls sutures, cranial bones, jugular foramen, palatine bone, auditory meatus’, and occipital condyles, B) A skeleton to identify main bones names only (such as humerus), C) A coxal bone D) A foot E) A hand F) Atlas and Axis G) Scapula H) Femur The whole test is multiple choice. Although 210 questions seem like a large amount of questions it is actually better for you. That way if you don’t know something it isn’t as big a deal. You will have plenty of time, in the 90 minutes, to complete this exam but start your studying before the evening of. Proper study techniques include multiple visits to your information for several days before. It will not magically stick in your brain the night before.