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THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2 (HAP 2) (SUMMARISED)

Written by Christopher

These notes you will negate the need to take lecture notes or read textbook chapters, allowing you t...

275 pages, 25815 words

THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2 (HAP 2) (COMPREHENSIVE)

Written by Christopher

This is a very comprehensive overview of HAP 2. They include a combination of lecture notes and the...

375 pages, 41942 words

AN ALTERNATE WAY TO STUDYING FOR HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 2 (HAP2)

Written by Christopher

HAP 2 lecture notes summarised in question and answer format. Move away from the usual lecture no...

138 pages, 14184 words

Human Anatomy & Physiology 2, Final exam study notes

Written by Kaitlin

This document includes study notes on the lectures from weeks 1-13. Week 14 was a review week. Study...

32 pages, 5364 words

400869: Human Anatomy and Physiology 2 Study Notes

Written by Dan

This document has thorough and detailed notes of all content covered in Human Anatomy & Physiology 2...

55 pages, 28456 words

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Reviews

This was so much more refreshing than Hap1. It was much more focussed on the organ systems of the body and some basic physiology and by putting in enough effort, anyone can practically ace this. The lecturer was amazing and I was so happy to have found the best lab instructors who didn't allow me to leave the labs until there were 2 minutes left for the next class to enter. Any basic anatomy textbook will help for this unit. But PASS sessions are something that you'll regret missing

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

HAP2 can get quite overwhelming if you don't put in the time and effort to study. The lab tutorials are awesome and I always suggest you never leave until you understand whatever it is you are trying to learn. Ask lots of questions as this is the perfect time to do so. It's an awesome unit and really suited to those who love anat and phys. Study hard - you'll thank yourself later!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014