Level 2 Anatomy and Physiology Mock Paper: Part 2 of 4

Level 2 Anatomy and Physiology Mock Paper: Part 2 of 4

Level 2 Anatomy and Physiology Mock Paper : 

Part 2 of 4

Structure and Function of the Skeletal System and Joints

This Level 2 Anatomy and Physiology Mock paper is provided by Parallel Coaching as a FREE resource for anyone working towards a Level 2 Fitness Instructor Qualification.

Below you will find 9 mock questions, checking your knowledge and understanding of the skeletal system

First Read the relevant section in your manual or using our  Revision Mastery Bootcamp, and then work through the following 9 mock questions. Do this under exam conditions. i.e. with no assistance from your book. This will highlight your strengths and weaknesses within the skeletal system.  If you can answer these questions, the likelihood is – you’ll breeze through your exam – check your answers at the bottom of the page – GOOD LUCK!

 Level 2 Anatomy and Physiology Mock Paper :

Part 2 of 4 – Revision Questions:

1. Categorise the following bones into the four types; long, short, flat and irregular:

Thoracic vertebra……………………………………………

Rib……………………………………………………………………

Clavicle……………………………………………………………

Sternum………………………………………………………….

Femur………………………………………………………………….

Carpal …………………………………………………………….

2.  How can weight bearing exercise affect the skeleton?

3. Which structure protects the heart?

ARib cage
BPelvis
CCranium
DClavicle

4. What is the name for the shaft of long bones?

AEpiphysis
BPeriosteum
CEpimysium
DDiaphysis

5. Which of the following types of movement is NOT possible at the Scapula?

AFlexion
BRetraction
CElevation
DDepression
spinal posture Level 2 Anatomy and Physiology Mock Paper

6. What Curvature of the spine does this image show? (click to enlarge)7. Which component of the skeletal system is made up of the upper and lower limbs and the pelvic and shoulder girdles?

AThe appendicular skeleton
BThe skull
CThe axial skeleton
DThe spine

8. Label this diagram of a synovial joint: (click to enlarge)

joint Level 2 Anatomy and Physiology Mock Paper

 9. Which of the following types of movement is possible at a pivot joint?

 
AFlexion
BAbduction
CAdduction
DRotation

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Answers:

  1. Types of bone
    1. thoracic vertebra – irregular
    2. rib – flat
    3. clavicle – long
    4. sternum – flat
    5. femur – long
    6. carpal – short
  2. Helps prevent Osteoporosis by stimulating more Osteoblast activity in young and reducing Osteoclast activity.
  1. A - Rib Cage
  2. D – Diaphysis
  3. A – Flexion
  4. Kyphosis
  5. A - Appendicular Skeleton
  6.  (click to enlarge) Level 2 Anatomy and Physiology Mock Paper
  7. D- Rotation

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