Introductory Anatomy Program
The Introductory Anatomy Program is designed to provide an introduction to General Anatomy I for incoming first term students. Incoming students are required to read the Introduction to Moore’s Clinically Oriented Anatomy, 6th Edition, Pages 1-70. (Please note: this book is needed for your General Anatomy I course for first term.)You can either purchase the book or borrow it from a local college/university library to read. Upon finishing this reading, an assessment is to be completed online by completing the steps below.
The assessment will open July 30th and close September 7th. In order to take these online assessments please follow these directions:
- Log onto www.socrative.com
- Create a student log in
- Enter the live classroom number provided by your admissions counselor
- Take the Introductory Anatomy Assessment Part I - YOU MUST COMPLETE THE WHOLE ASSESSMENT. YOU CANNOT SAVE YOUR WORK AND COMPLETE IT AT A LATER TIME!
- Log out
Please note that the system is open twenty four hours from Wednesday to Monday. Tuesdays will be closed due to scheduled IT maintenance.
If you run into any technical problems, please contact the Learning Specialist/Counselor who is partnered with your Admission Counselor.
Cherrie Simon - Victoria Hamdi, email@example.com
Alex Nevarez - Sam Sadri, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Jerez/Mike Smith - Jenna Uyeno, email@example.com
Why am I required to complete the Introductory Anatomy Program?
Starting for the entering Fall 2012 term, all DC students are required to complete this program to prepare them for General Anatomy I. The reason for this program is to provide you with an overview to begin coursework the first day of class. Another reason why we require this program is for you to also identify any early learning challenges in the course of General Anatomy.
Does my score in the Introductory Anatomy Program affect my acceptance to SCUHS?
No, this program is to assist you with preparing for your general anatomy course.
Can I begin an assessment and finish it later?
No, unfortunately you must completely the whole assessment before logging off. You cannot save your answers and return to finish the assessment at a later time. It would be best to set aside a whole time for you to work on the assessment without interruption. If you feel like you need to restart the assessment at any time, it would be best to copy your answers and restart the assessment at a later time.
What happens if I do not complete this by September 7th?
The live classroom will close on September 7th. If you have not completed this introduction, you will need to contact a Learning Specialist.