This may sound like a really unnecessary question but it just doesn't make very much sense to me. It is widely known that a fairly comprehensive anatomy/physio knowledge is necessary for mcat and medschool. so I am curious how everyone gets the anatomy/physio knowledge they need. I mean, the closest thing to anatomy that I'll be taking is vertebrate physiology but that's obviously not focused on humans. Now, naturally, through exposure and personal interest and volunteer and shadowing etc. a basic understanding will be acquired but that basic understanding seems to be insufficient for what ive been seeing on practice mcat's. Do you all buy a cheap used A/P text from half.com or somethng and try to teach yourself or get a deck of A/P flashcards?? whats the secret here because ive always been told not to take the actual A/P I + II sequence since it will be so heavily ingrained during our first year or so of medschool. comments thoughts ideas?