Level 2 A & P Exam Revision: Axial and Appendicular Skeleton

Level 2 A & P Exam Revision: Axial and Appendicular Skeleton

Level 2 A & P Exam Revision: Axial and Appendicular SkeletonDo you know you have two Skeleton’s?

I’m not kidding either – this is one of those topics that come up time and time again in our revision Q+A workshops.

How to pass first timeAt first I thought it was because we just find it weird to think we have two skeletons!

Then I realised…

It’s not about how weird or abstract the revision content is – it shouldn’t stop us learning it!

What does matter is understanding the rules…

The Laws…

You see, if you look hard enough into anything you can find a law  or a rule that describes it.

It is just a case of seeing the trends.

You know you have 2 legs, 2 hands, 2 collar bones, 2 shoulder girdles, and you also know you have one spine, one skull. But the magic in learning comes from understanding the trends, or the law behind the classification.

What do I mean? 

In the video below I explain to you all about the Law of the 1’s and 2’s

Once you get this law – you will never forget the difference of your Appendicular and Axial Skeletons …

You will learn:

# What bones make up the Axial skeleton
# What bones make up the Appendicular skeleton
# Understand where the bones are located
# How to easily remember the above for your Anatomy and Physiology exam

These topics will almost certainly appear in your Level 2 A & P Exam Revision and multiple choice exam.

Check out the below video to help you understand the Axial and Appendicular Skeleton …. and remember it on exam day.

If you found learning from video super useful, and liked the “LAW of the 1’s and 2’s” then you will benefit hugely from your Level 2 Revision Mastery Series

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Until next time,

Neale “1’s and 2’s” Bergman

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