This is a fantastic group of students who are taking Anatomy & Physiology for the Speech Mechanism at Lehman College in the Bronx. Most of the students in this group are undergraduates but some are post-Baccalaureate students who are taking a pre-requisite course in the hopes of entering the the Master’s Degree program in Speech Language Pathology. The course instructor is Ph.D. student and Graduate Teaching Fellow Richard Lissemore
May 21, 2015 in uncategorized by Julianna LiVecchi
Firstly, I would like to send some positive vibes out there for our final exam tomorrow. I wish you all the best tomorrow, and on your future endeavors. Don’t give up!
With all the hard work we did this semester, it’s pretty easy to be overwhelmed about our exam tomorrow. If you have been studying really hard, and you want to get everything right, good for you! Everyone has a certain amount of time that they need to study in order to absorb the information. Sometimes, it can be too much though. Knowing when to stop is a good thing, because you will be able to relax your mind, and retain the information for tomorrow morning. I studied a lot for another exam, and I was doing well testing myself, but then I started to blank out on answers I already knew in the past. Knowing when to stop is just as important as studying hard, and getting everything right.
All the best,
May 21, 2015 in uncategorized by Brittany
When you are all finished studying, and think you’re ready to take the final, take the time to take a practice test. Take all the quizzes as if you’re taking the final that way you can see what it is you really understand what you need to focus a little more on before taking the final. It worked for me during the midterm, and I think it’ll work in everyone’s favor for the final!
May 21, 2015 in uncategorized by N. Haywood
Hey guy just an fyi I’m going to post the recording of the class for chapter 6b,6c,7,8,and 11 in dropbox. Sometimes visual aide is also helpful with someone talking you through an area that you don’t understand. This is one of my studying techniques its very helpful for me, I hope its helpful for you also.
May 21, 2015 in uncategorized by N. Haywood
I have been on campus everyday this week and almost everyday I’ve had a final(except today) and had to prepare for each one a day or two in advance, because my professor decided that he wanted to give the class new info. two days before his final. SMH but I’m not stressing because I wouldn’t be able to focus and do what is needed. So on that note; I will be in the library studying from 9am-12pm (because today is parent teacher conference) and i will return at 4pm until the library closes. So if anyone want to meet up and study you can meet me in the library if I’m not on the first floor by the cubicle i will be at the computer. Studying is best done with others because if you don’t understand something your study partner can help you out by giving you other ways of seeing and retaining the information.
see you if i see you:
May 21, 2015 in uncategorized by Paola Batista
As I sit here wanting to pull my hair out because my water bottle exploded in my bag and ruined ALL my study sheets for my remaining finals….I figure what better time than now to create a blog post for A&P? What Im noticing throughout the chaos of finals week….is that there is only so much you can control. On top of everyday life, I now have to deal with the unnecessary stress of wet notes which makes it difficult to study. The drama queen in me is screaming “WHY DO BAD THINGS HAPPEN TO GOOD PEOPLE”
However its not the situation that defines you, but how you deal with the situation. Just let it go, my notes are wet, it puts a damper on my studying but I have no choice but to put my fan on high, wait for them to dry and thats all. And it’s kind of like that with life. If something is beyond your control, just do what you can and let the rest happen….Don’t try to memorize every test question, but learn the material overall and the rest will fall into place.
I won’t wish everyone luck for this friday as well as any other finals, because a wise person once told me “luck is for the unprepared”. (gotta love when your best friend has those philosophical moments once a year) Just do what you can and don’t let wet notes ruin your life lol hope someone reads this novel and feels a bit of reassurance.
High and Dry. (in a good way)
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