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Anatomy and Physiology B/C

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Anatomy and Physiology B/C: Understand the anatomy and physiology of the human body systems: cardiovascular, lymphatic and excretory.

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Postby akanksha14 » September 18th, 2018, 6:23 pm

Thanks for the clarification! I was startled when I saw that.. :)

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Postby jlordhe » September 22nd, 2018, 10:13 pm

Is Anatomy a permanent event(one that does not rotate)?
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Postby JoeyC » September 23rd, 2018, 5:28 am

Yes, but the topics will switch every year.
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Postby huppada » October 10th, 2018, 8:09 pm

Does anyone know when the handouts on soinc.org will be out?
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Postby bearasauras » October 10th, 2018, 11:43 pm

Which handout are you referring to?

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Postby venules » October 11th, 2018, 5:47 am

huppada wrote:Does anyone know when the handouts on soinc.org will be out?

If you're referring to the training handouts, I'm not sure when those are released, but there's already a handout for the cardiovascular system from 2015.

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Postby Raphael » October 17th, 2018, 5:14 am

jlordhe wrote:Is Anatomy a permanent event(one that does not rotate)?

I am Pretty Sure It is permanent event as all the science Olympiad years it still has been the same but the topics inside it does change like this year its the lymphatic, excretory and vascular system. But last year it was way different! ;)

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Postby linzhiyan » October 22nd, 2018, 3:13 pm

Is it more beneficial to have words or pictures on the cheat sheet? Last year, one of my teammates had a lot of pictures, but in order to fit pictures, they had to make it super small and it was basically impossible to read most of the information. Would words be a more efficient way to make the cheat sheet? (Words, as in words words, not Microsoft Words...)
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Re: Anatomy and Physiology B/C

Postby Anomaly » October 22nd, 2018, 3:14 pm

linzhiyan wrote:Is it more beneficial to have words or pictures on the cheat sheet? Last year, one of my teammates had a lot of pictures, but in order to fit pictures, they had to make it super small and it was basically impossible to read most of the information. Would words be a more efficient way to make the cheat sheet? (Words, as in words words, not Microsoft Words...)

I always use a mixture of both, maybe 1/2 to 3/4 of one side will have pictures, the rest being words
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Re: Anatomy and Physiology B/C

Postby defiantkiwi » October 23rd, 2018, 7:36 pm

Hi everyone
I am new to Science Olympiad and the forums, so I don't really know how this works.

I have just gotten selected for Anatomy and Physiology B.

I am a bit confused on where to start, since there is so much information I need to cover.

Where should I be starting? What should I start working on first?

Also, how should I organize the information on the cheat paper? What is the most important information in general that should be included?

Thank you so much!

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Re: Anatomy and Physiology B/C

Postby Anomaly » October 24th, 2018, 7:15 am

defiantkiwi wrote:Hi everyone
I am new to Science Olympiad and the forums, so I don't really know how this works.

I have just gotten selected for Anatomy and Physiology B.

I am a bit confused on where to start, since there is so much information I need to cover.

Where should I be starting? What should I start working on first?

Also, how should I organize the information on the cheat paper? What is the most important information in general that should be included?

Thank you so much!

If you haven't yet, I'd suggest looking at the rulebook. It has all the topics that the test is supposed to cover. For information, a good place to start is the training handout for each of the systems. The training handouts for this year aren't out yet, but the old ones I believe are on soinc.org.

In regards to the cheat sheet, I make sure that there's a mixture of both pictures and words. Approximately 3/4 of one side of my notesheet will have pictures, the rest will be words. Like making any other notesheet, you want to have the smallest font you can possibly read, with almost nonexistent margins. Put down any information that you're bound to not remember. The cheat sheet is NOT a place that you can simply put anything and everything; for competitions, especially higher level competitions, you'll be pressed for time completing the exam, and it would be beneficial to know a lot of information of the top of your head instead of searching around the notesheet and finding the information.
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Re: Anatomy and Physiology B/C

Postby cbrant554 » October 28th, 2018, 3:15 pm

Anomaly wrote:
defiantkiwi wrote:Hi everyone
I am new to Science Olympiad and the forums, so I don't really know how this works.

I have just gotten selected for Anatomy and Physiology B.

I am a bit confused on where to start, since there is so much information I need to cover.

Where should I be starting? What should I start working on first?

Also, how should I organize the information on the cheat paper? What is the most important information in general that should be included?

Thank you so much!

If you haven't yet, I'd suggest looking at the rulebook. It has all the topics that the test is supposed to cover. For information, a good place to start is the training handout for each of the systems. The training handouts for this year aren't out yet, but the old ones I believe are on soinc.org.
I learned a lot of what I'm doing from this year from experience last year. I recommend that you look over some tests to see what you need to know for the event.


In regards to the cheat sheet, I make sure that there's a mixture of both pictures and words. Approximately 3/4 of one side of my notesheet will have pictures, the rest will be words. Like making any other notesheet, you want to have the smallest font you can possibly read, with almost nonexistent margins. Put down any information that you're bound to not remember. The cheat sheet is NOT a place that you can simply put anything and everything; for competitions, especially higher level competitions, you'll be pressed for time completing the exam, and it would be beneficial to know a lot of information of the top of your head instead of searching around the notesheet and finding the information.

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Re: Anatomy and Physiology B/C

Postby cbrant554 » October 28th, 2018, 3:17 pm

cbrant554 wrote:
Anomaly wrote:
defiantkiwi wrote:Hi everyone
I am new to Science Olympiad and the forums, so I don't really know how this works.

I have just gotten selected for Anatomy and Physiology B.

I am a bit confused on where to start, since there is so much information I need to cover.

Where should I be starting? What should I start working on first?

Also, how should I organize the information on the cheat paper? What is the most important information in general that should be included?

Thank you so much!


In regards to the cheat sheet, I make sure that there's a mixture of both pictures and words. Approximately 3/4 of one side of my notesheet will have pictures, the rest will be words. Like making any other notesheet, you want to have the smallest font you can possibly read, with almost nonexistent margins. Put down any information that you're bound to not remember. The cheat sheet is NOT a place that you can simply put anything and everything; for competitions, especially higher level competitions, you'll be pressed for time completing the exam, and it would be beneficial to know a lot of information of the top of your head instead of searching around the notesheet and finding the information.

I learned most of what I need to study and know from doing tests that people have done so look through the tests that were done a couple of years ago. Do the same categories that are being tested this year


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