How to not fail your next anatomy exam | Kenhub

How to not fail your next anatomy exam | Kenhub

The time has come for you to prove how well
you know your anatomy. The next exam is up. Now, you are scared. Horrible things are running through your mind. You start listening to sad music and thinking
why me. Well, snap out of it. I’m here to tell you that everything will
be okay. Just sit down, relax and let me tell you about
a few tips that will help you not fail your next anatomy exam. Now preparing for an anatomy exam can seem
daunting. Many students become anxious and overwhelmed
by the massive amount of information they need to memorize and understand. We at Kenhub collectively have quite a bit
of experience when it comes to taking anatomy exams. Now to help you succeed on your next exam,
we’ve compiled some useful tips and suggestions to help you better prepare. Do not panic. The best way to stay calm during exam preparation
is to make a plan before you begin. It’s always a good idea to first write down
all the topics that will be on your exam so that you’ll know exactly what you need to
study. Now from that list you can then determine
your strengths and weaknesses based on how confident you feel about each topic. One suggestion is to begin your studying with
the topic you are most confident in or find most interesting. This will start you with a boost of confidence
and positivity to help you later tackle the topics you find more difficult. Another suggestion is to finish other work
first such as assignments that are due before your exam. If you begin your exam preparation with a
clean slate, you are less likely to become distracted while studying. Make a schedule. In addition to planning how you’re going to
study, it’s equally important to make a revision schedule to help you stay calm and focused. A good method to use when creating your schedule
is to divide related exam topics into larger but manageable sections. This also increases your efficiency when studying
and makes it less likely that you’ll overlook any minor topics. If you, however, have a rigid schedule, it
is still important to give yourself breaks. So leave time for work and a social life. If you prevent yourself from taking any time
off from studying to be social or to relax, you may be overwhelmed and less productive
over time. The next point is to assess your strengths
and weaknesses. The reason it’s important for you to assess
your knowledge to figure out where your strengths and weakness lie is that this allows you to
determine which topics may require more time and focus. Another way to assess yourself is by making
use of the quizzes at Kenhub. They are a great way to find out how well
you know a topic. At the end of each quiz, you can check out
the success rate or the percentage of correct answers like you see in most exams, the amount
of time you spent on the quiz, and the points you’ve earned. The next tip is find your rhythm. Once you’ve drawn up a schedule and identified
how you want to do your revision topic by topic, it is time to sit down and get to work. Be sure to create a comfortable environment
around you. If you enjoy studying whilst having your creature
comforts nearby then do so. Or if you prefer a quiet environment with
absolutely no distractions then do that. The most important thing is that you create
an atmosphere for yourself that will allow you to work hard and stay motivated. The next tip is to learn, revise, and repeat. So now that you have built your own personalized
study routine, found a suitable place to study, began your revision and have a plan in place
to move forward, the only thing left to do is to continue and maintaining momentum. Try not to become complacent with your revision. Even when it comes to topics that you feel
that you already have a firm grasp on, it is always a good idea to keep the same momentum. So devote the same amount of zeal to these
topics as you would with topics that you aren’t sure of. Studies have shown that the use of multimedia
interactive revision tools is far more effective than old fashioned singular format studies. So be sure to make the most out of our videos,
interactive quizzes, articles, and atlas sections. These tools will allow you to improve memorization,
give you a chance to repeat, and relearn topics without getting stuck in one routine. This will ultimately increase your chances
of passing your exams. Do you want more tips on how to pass your
exam and live a happy life while learning anatomy? Then check out our videos at Kenhub. I’ll see you there!

15 Replies to “How to not fail your next anatomy exam | Kenhub”

  1. Shame the video is just full of what looks like stock footage. Good tips, but it seems more authentic/less generic if you had a host for the video or something that you see on camera.Just a personal opinion!

  2. i have a question for u,but i know its a little bit tough an its not related to this topic but how does DNA replication differ from eukaryotes and prokaryotes?i understand that their difference is that DNA replication mech is more complicated in eukaryote but i need another difference.Please reply quickly as i need to study for exams

  3. My anatomy viva exam is on 19th August… And i dont know no matter how much i study, i get panic and screw every viva exam, and the day before exam is horrible. Also i forget to revise some very important topics and then i screw up. I dont know ehat to do.

  4. What courses include anatomy exams? I'm from and living in the UK but don't know how to go about finding an actual course or something that will test me on anatomy of the human body. Please help someone. Cheers 🙂

  5. I have only 10 days to prepare for exam and I don't know can I complete or not in these as all topics are new to me can I complete whole head and neck lowerlimb upper limb general and everything plan suggest some effective idea

  6. Hi everyone! Hope we were able to shed some light on this topic and help you pick the right anatomy learning method for you. Tell us what's your favorite way of learning Human anatomy. Also, don't forget to check out our fun video tutorials and interactive quizzes: All you need to kick some gluteus maximus in anatomy. Have fun learning!

  7. You must have seen my YouTube history from this weekend and figured out that I have an exam TONIGHT on muscles. Stupid origins and insertions.
    Thank you for this!

  8. What if our exam is both Histology and Anatomy together, and it’s an oral exam, and you have to memorize all the topics together, cause nothing is excluded and if you failed either of the 2 you have to repeat all of them again 😢

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