Anatomy and Physiology Mock Questions: Test Your Knowledge

This blog will test your knowledge and check exam readiness using six Anatomy and Physiology Mock Questions

You’ll discover:

  • How to use the 6 Anatomy and Physiology Mock Questions to improve your revision
  • 6 Anatomy Mock Questions
  • Answers and explanations for each mock question
  • Useful links to expand your knowledge
  • How to simplify and structure your revision to pass with confidence

How to use the 6 Anatomy and Physiology Mock Questions

Look at the 6 questions in the image below and jot down your answer on a scrap paper or as a note in your phone.

Then scroll down to reveal the answers and also get an explanation and further resources to help you truly understand the CORRECT answers.

Six Mock Questions For Level 2 and Level 3 Anatomy Exams

Anatomy and Physiology Mock Questions: Test Your Knowledge

Question 1: Answer C

The end part of a long bone is known as the Epiphysis, the shaft of the long bone is the Diaphysis and the plate that separates the two is called the Epiphyseal plate. This questions is asking about the Epiphysis, so the correct answer is C

You MUST know the structure of long bones for your Level 2 and 3 Anatomy and physiology fitness exam. Check out a recent blog below to help guide your revision:

 What is the structure of a long bone?

Question 2: Answer D

Lunges are in the Sagittal Plane, so D is the correct answer. All exercises that use flexion and extension as the primary joint actions will be in the Sagittal plan.

Planes of movement will appear in your Level 2 and 3 Anatomy and physiology fitness exam. Plus at level 3 A&P you also need to know about Axis of movement as well.   Check out the links  below to help guide your revision:

What are the three anatomical planes of movement?

What is the difference between the axis of movement and planes of movement?

Question 3: Answer C

After the blood leaves the Right Ventricle, it is transported via the Pulmonary Artery to the lungs, so C is the correct answer.

The heart and circulatory system is module one of your studies and is GUARANTEED to appear in both the level 2 and level 3 Anatomy and physiology fitness exam. Having a clear understanding of this module is key to working safely and effectively with your client once qualified!

Without a doubt, check out the links below to help guide your heart and circulatory revision.

Level 2 Revision: The Heart and Circulatory System: 52-min tutorial web class

Level 3 Revision: The Heart and Circulatory System: 53-mins tutorial web class

Question 4: Answer D

The answer is D = Concentric.

A good way to remember this is that in a Concentric Contraction the load/ dumbbell moves towards the Clouds (C = Clouds, C = Concentric)and the muscle is shortening.

An Eccentric Contraction occurs when the load moves towards the Earth and the muscle fibres are lengthening ( E= Earth, E = Eccentric).

Learn more about muscle contractions and contraction types with this blog below

How to Remember Concentric and Eccentric Contractions

Question 5: Answer D

The answer is D = Shoulder,

The shoulder joint is a ball and socket joint, just like the hip. You can expect between 4 and 8 questions on joints in your Level 2 or 3 Anatomy and physiology fitness exam.

It’s key to be familiar with joints for your exam however, this knowledge helps you understand your exercise library and planning for both your practical assessment and working with clients once qualified.

Types of Joints: Mnemonic to remember the 6 types of joints

Question 6: Answer A

A is the Correct answer here – Type 1 Muscle Fibres are slower to fatigue than Type 2 muscle fibres, this makes them good for endurance events.

There are 3 types of muscle fibres, you need to know the characteristics of each, Check out a recent blog below to help guide your revision

Learn about all Muscle Fibre types

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