Reading: Moore's clinical anatomy
Watching: Prison Break
Eating: Buffalo Mac and Cheese from Scotty's
Drinking: Diet Coke
December 1, 2015
12:23: I would not suggest that you only spend a day studying for a shelf exam.
With that being said, I'm pretty sure that I scored at least a 70% on the exam. I think 80% is probable. I wish I had gone through the entire BRS book, but I think that our professor actually did a pretty decent job teaching us, if all the material we needed to know was evaluated properly by that exam.
I read a third of the way through the book and did all of the quizzes to find the remaining chapter I was weakest in (circulatory system...then urinary (which is pretty important but we'll go over it again in physio), male reproductive, and respiratory were my other weak areas) and read it in the hour before the exam started. I would have liked to review the urinary chapter, and maybe the respiratory chapter, as these will probably be pretty important topics to have a foundation on in practice. *shrug*
So I think I'm going to order my christmas photobooks today, and then I have a meeting with the new academic advisor lady. I need to buy more coke. Ryan's coming up and bringing the thanksgiving leftovers I left at his house (YAY!). And besides that, the goal is to study anatomy like a madwoman.
14:20: Well it's good to be done with histology. I got a 74% on the shelf. It's passing. It's not a high pass and I could have studied instead of...not studying (for like the past two weeks). And honestly it's probably not my best because of my burn out and lack of desire to study. But I passed, and that was the important part.
18:58: So burnt out. I've opened my anatomy book. That's about it.