This blog will teach you EVERYTHING you need to know about the Heart and Circulatory System for your Level 3 Anatomy exam.
- Why FitPros find the heart and circulatory system hard to revise
- A full 50 mins Video Tutorial teaching you EVERYTHING heart related for your Level 3 A&P exam
- Quick access timestamps to navigate through the tutorial
- How many questions you will have in your exam
- How to learn with simplicity for the rest of the modules
- Three Example Mock Questions about the Heart and Circulatory System
Why FitPros find the heart and circulatory system hard to revise
The Heart and Circulatory system is notoriously claimed to be one of the hardest modules within the Level 3 Anatomy and Physiology syllabus, so you are not alone if you find this area difficult to understand.
Unlike other areas of anatomy (like muscles), we never get to see our heart move, which makes it feel theoretical. It may also feel like this is less directly related to training clients as a FitPro.
Although you might not actually be quoting the heart valves and circulation with your clients, the knowledge of this is foundational and absolutely crucial in order to understand the demand and stress we place on the heart in exercise.
Full 53 mins Video Tutorial: The Heart and Circulatory System
This is taken directly from our Level 3 Anatomy and Physiology Revision Bootcamp, This was filmed in 2016, the new Revision Bootcamp has since been refreshed and modernised in 2022.
It is “EVERYTHING You Need To Learn about the Heart and Circulatory System to Pass Your Level 3 Anatomy & Physiology Exam”
(Without Having To Spend Hours Revising Or Relying On Your Course Manual).
Quick access timestamps to navigate through the tutorial
2:30 Why learn the heart and circulatory system:
4:20 Features of The Heart
7:30 Circulation and Blood Flow
17:45 Labelling Quiz
24:20 Understanding Heart valves
26:50 Coronary circulation
29:30 Atherosclerosis and CHD
34:20 Risk factors for CHD
40:30 Blood Pressure Classifications
46:12 Risks and benefits of cardiovascular training
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How many Questions on the Heart and Circulatory system in my exam?
This module of the “Heart and Circulatory System” is one of 8 modules inside the Level 3 Anatomy and Physiology exam.
Knowing the key facts about the heart is crucial, as you can expect 4 to 6 exam questions relating to each module.
- EVERYTHING about the heart and circulatory system
- How many questions you will have in your exam relating to this topic
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Test your knowledge with today’s mock questions:
[NOTE: The answers are below the 3rd question]
1. Which chamber of the heart pumps deoxygenated blood?
A. Left Atrium
B. Right Atrium
C. Left Ventricle
D. Right Ventricle
2. What name is given to the blood vessels that serve the heart muscle itself?
A. Coronary Arteries
B. Vena Cavae
C. Pulmonary arteries
3. Which valve is responsible for preventing backflow between the aorta and the left ventricle?
A. Mitral Valve
B. Aortic Valve
D. Pulmonary Valve
What’s the CORRECT answer?
Question 1= D, Question 2 = A, Question 3 = B
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