I'm starting nursing school in the fall and I'm realizing just how rusty my A&P knowledge is. I took Anatomy way back in Winter of 2012 and I didn't have the study skills back then that I have now (I also had some thyroid issues going on, including the classic "brain fog" so I really struggled in that class especially since most of it was just rote memorization). I pulled through with a 3.1 which isn't fantastic but I was happy enough with the grade to accept it and not retake the course. Physiology was a completely different story, it was truly apples and oranges between the two classes. I honestly loved physiology and everything started to "come together" in that class. The human body is so incredibly intricate and awesome! I took the class in Summer of 2012 and got a 3.8.
Flash forward to now - I'm getting nervous about how much I'll actually remember come fall. I don't want to be the idiot who can't name all the major bones in the body or the muscles or the name of the major structures of the internal organs. I have Anatomy flash cards that I've been studying slowly every day that's very thorough (separated in categories, starting with Skeletal, Muscular, Nervous, Lymphatic, Circulatory, Respiratory, Urinary, Digestive, Reproductive and Endocrine systems). Asides from the flash cards, does anyone have any recommendations for ways to refresh my memory? I don't have my notes from Anatomy or Physiology anymore. I thought about potentially auditing the courses at the college this summer but I'd have to pay the full tuition amount, which obviously is not going to happen. I'm looking online at free courses and study tools right now, but I thought I'd also check on here first in case anyone knows of any that they'd recommend.