Level 3 anatomy and physiology exam success
“Exams are about luck on the day”
“You can never be ready for an exam”
“You never know what questions you are going to get”
If you have ever said any of these, then you probably believe that level 3 anatomy and physiology exam success comes down to luck rather than down to an exact formula. Am I right?
After years of training fitness professionals to pass their exams, I have noticed trends, tweaked programmes and designed learning plans… I am going to be honest, we have always had great success rates, but since the last tweak and combining all 9 of these success tips…
ALL OF OUR LEARNERS HAVE PASSED,
and 98% of them passed the exam first time since working with us
Success in your Level 3 anatomy and physiology exam requires nine key elements:
if you want to stop failing and start succeeding, then follow these 9 success tips.
1.Having a clear Road Map and revision plan
Much the same as planning a route for a road trip, you need to know where you are now, and where you need to go. The best way to do this is to have a diagnostic that will determine your main areas of strength and weakness… and then set a learning plan in place that accounts for this
2.Learning information systematically and having analogies to help retain info #
Most trainee fitness professionals have not been in education for a while, they don’t know how to learn, and instead just open the book and start at the beginning. Alanolgies, acronyms, memory hack and logical learning systems are crucial to aid memory and recall.
An effective exam strategy will give you space and time to think on exam day.
4.Learn using a mix of media – audio, video, cheat sheets, questions, drawing…
Mixing up the medium that you learn from is crucial for ensuring that the information is reaching your brain in an effective way.
Its just not fun when you are trying to to do it on your own… it can feel like you are battling against life and family and friends. But support from an expert tutor and support from like-minded learners is imperative for success.
It is so easy to put off revision, or to agree to an extra lunch date with friends… or to say “I’ll do it later”- but accountability will mean that you make revision and study tasks a priority. Much like having a personal trainer, the accountability is what keeps you consistent.
7.Knowing that you are not alone, and you can ask for help
Make sure you have someone you can speak to easily during the hardest parts of your studies, else you run the risk of feeling alone and overwhelmed. This is one of the most important success tips, having an expert tutor that you can text message with a quick question, or be ready for a quick call… this is invaluable for speeding up progress, especially over tricky subjects.
8.Having someone teach you the hardest topics in a way that makes sense
You will never learn the hard subjects unless they are put in a way that you already understand… so stop trying to struggle through a list of complex words and simplify the learning in a way that makes sense to you.
9.BELIEF >>I need belief<<
If you don’t believe you have what it takes, then borrowing belief from someone else make all the difference to your revision. Just having access to someone that genuinely believes you can pass, gives you hope.
However, this hope is not built on fake motivational words, but in truly knowing that anyone can pass if they just apply these 9 success tips.
If you want to pass your Level 3 anatomy and physiology exam with confidence in 4 weeks, then combine all 9 aspects in one place with our Anatomy Masterclass
Which of these 9 are you missing right now?
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