Originally Posted by Amor101
A&P requires a lot of memorization of body parts, functions, and understanding how they relate to each other. THere are a lot of resources out there that are helpful. Also, just because you fail a course doesn't mean you can't continue in your major. Just study harder and retake it. The health field courses move quickly and can be stressful at times, so it all depends on how much work you are willing to put into it in the end. Some health fields are more stressful than others of course, but find something that is suitable for you and your future goals. I don't know about the different levels, are you in the US? I would assume that the lowest level would be an introductory course of the body. Not knowing the simple anatomic functions and parts such as the parts of a cell and their functions, the different types of muscles, the names of bones, etc would make a higher level anatomy course difficult.