It's one month away from regionals, and I know at least one invitational that has taken place (though our school did not participate in it). There are still no anatomy tests in the 2018 test exchange. Can someone please explain why this is happening, and post an anatomy test onto the exchange/here? Thanks
you might want to look at the previous tests, and pick information from each of them because digestive has been a topic except it hasn't been with respiratory and immune. Look at previous tests to find relevant information
When should I start studying for 2019? (My 2018 season is over)
Now. The systems will most likely be Cardiovascular, Lymphatic, and Excretory (imo 90%+ certainty).
Should I start with basic anatomy and general physiology of each system and slowly increase my weekly study time?
Definitely!! This year's subjects will all help provide a basic background in the next three (resp->CV, immuno->lymphatic, digestive->xcretory) so i'd personally recommend grabbing a textbook if possible and reading up on the three systems and taking notes (you have plenty of time until next season, so no rush). One of the best ways to know the test is to make the test, so it wouldn't hurt to make an anatomy exam for SSSS '19 so you are better prepared and will have access to other tests early on. Starting early is a huge commitment, but it definitely pays off when the consistency is put in!
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Unfortunately, I do not. However, if you coach is interested, I would suggest asking other teams to trade tests with you. We went to the NEBO invitational and are trading those tests with other teams who went to different invitationals. The worst someone can say is, "no." Or, you could go to the old test exchanges and make "Frankenstein" tests by taking the systems that apply to this year and taking only those parts of the test. Even though they're sometimes not always completely relevant to this year's rules, they're better than nothing.
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