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This blog was written by me personally as someone who has taught anatomy and physiology for several years.
I’m available by email to answer any questions that you may have on my experience. While I will not be able to tell you what is in the study guides due to copyright privileges, I will guide you and give you the best advice I can. I can usually answer my emails within 24 hours but sometimes it could be 48 due to high volumes received.
I believe that these guides help me to prepare my students for their exams. Through my teaching, I found that results do vary from student to student. I allow and encourage comments on my blog, however, I cannot check each one for accuracy. I have tried through my posts to reflect my true opinion of Anatomy & Physiology Revision Questions and Anatomy & Physiology Student Workbook and have written my articles based on my results in class.