They had a few brain specimens, including a sagittal section of a complete brain and a few larger brain tissue dissections. They also had some heart specimens, including a complete heart and another heart with the anterior portion of the heart wall peeled back.
The specimens were all marked using dissection pins with numbers, so the test was basically matching. However
, the questions weren't simply, "Which is the corpus callosum?" The questions were more like, "Which tract is primarily responsible for inter-hemispheric communication of the cerebrum," at which point you had to infer it was the corpus callosum AND THEN know where the corpus callosum was in the specimen.
It was fun.