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Re: Anatomy

Post by doctor » March 6th, 2009, 11:18 am

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doctor wrote:don't remind me about the cranial nerves, i have so much info on them..
:lol: DId you use a mnemonic to remember them? If so I bet it's not the same as mine :lol:
no i pretty much took my notes and walked around something talking to myself until i memorized it, ppl not in sci oly thought i was crazy...
but hey, i least i memorized it
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Re: Anatomy

Post by Arthur » March 6th, 2009, 2:33 pm

lolyay wrote:well you only need to know the lympathic system and skull for the nationals so i'm not studying that. =]
really?!!! i've been studying the lymphatic system for regionals! but not really in depth, so that's good.

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Re: Anatomy

Post by chia » March 6th, 2009, 6:33 pm

my partner's doing circulatory/lymphatic, i'm doing skeletal. durn, i know nothing on surface anatomy.
btw nice avatar, "arthur" :lol:
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Re: Anatomy

Post by Arthur » March 7th, 2009, 9:51 am

doctor wrote:
pjgscioisamazing wrote:
doctor wrote:don't remind me about the cranial nerves, i have so much info on them..
:lol: DId you use a mnemonic to remember them? If so I bet it's not the same as mine :lol:
no i pretty much took my notes and walked around something talking to myself until i memorized it, ppl not in sci oly thought i was crazy...
but hey, i least i memorized it
yeah that's basically what i do to study.

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Re: Anatomy

Post by Arthur » March 7th, 2009, 9:52 am

chia wrote:my partner's doing circulatory/lymphatic, i'm doing skeletal. durn, i know nothing on surface anatomy.
btw nice avatar, "arthur" :lol:
thanks. i love arthur. it's the most amazing show in the world and it's hilarious. :D

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Post by techy101 » March 7th, 2009, 1:38 pm

hi this is my sisters user name because mine wouldn't work so i'm new to this so does anyone have any good websites i could use for this

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Re: Anatomy

Post by Arthur » March 7th, 2009, 4:02 pm

for what?

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Post by jcms science boy » March 8th, 2009, 1:30 pm

this year is the first time i did anatomy. In the regionals, i studied and memorized most/all of the requirements and it still seemed that there were few questions that were not even in the requirements from the study guide provided by science olympiad. Are there any more topics or categories that i would need to know for the state competition that might not be on the study guide? Also, how specific do you have to know about the subtopics/categories?? ex. for the diseases, do i need to know the symptoms, treatments, and preventions? Thnx.

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Re: Anatomy

Post by sadistic_cottoncandy » March 8th, 2009, 2:53 pm

at state level, i don't think you'll need to know the treatments/meds, but you will need to know the symptoms so that you can identify the disease- things can get pretty specific on a state test, so watch out! as for other topics, there might be some neurological stuff....there was on our regional exam, and that got our people really confused since that was a topic for last year...
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Re: Anatomy

Post by jcms science boy » March 8th, 2009, 4:19 pm

Thanks... I'm in division B, by the way.

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