All testers were to wait in a large room while two students would be chosen at a random time to go into the lab to test. The whole room was tense. All the students were practicing over and over again, all my classmates were prepared but the nerves tell us we were not ready. The first two students were called starting at 9am, from there about every forty five minutes two more were called at a random. Around 11:15 my name was called. I honestly could’ve cried with the amount of emotions and nerves running through my body. I walked in, signed a waver and was given my three skills to complete. Dressing a patient, checking pulse, and brushing teeth, three skills that I knew hands down. I was ready, I began washing my hands and continued with the steps of my skills. Everything went so fast, before I knew it I was done and dismissed. I felt confident while completing the skills but now I was left to go back to the waiting room to sit and wait yet
In life, there are always failures of everything. As college students, we are experiencing endless stress, anxiety and fear failure. I remembered back in my sophomore year, I enroll in this accounting 201 class for my major’s requirement. The first week of class is simple, but after the third and fourth week, it gets harder and harder. There are many business concepts and words that are new to me. It is really hard to catch up in the class, sadly I have failed the first exam. I feel so blue. After that, I go to the professor’s office in purpose to ask him for advises of how to improve in the class. Then he advises me to drop the class because his materials in the class are straightforward and there is nothing he can do to help. It breaks my heart, after hearing him says that.
Chapter 8 Test Review Multiple Choice 1. Which is not a part of the axial skeleton? A. rib B. vertebral column C. mandible D. clavicle 2. Which is not a part of the appendicular skeleton? A. coxal bones B. parietal bones C. radius D. clavicle 3. The axial skeleton consists of: A. 60 bones. B. 68 bones. C. 74 bones. D. 80 bones. 4. The appendicular skeleton consists of: A. 102 bones. B. 118 bones. C. 126 bones. D. 137 bones. 5. The term sinus, as it relates to bone markings, may be defined as a: A. raised area or projection. B. cavity within a bone. C. tubelike opening or channel. D. groove or elongated depression. 6. Which bone is a part of the axial skeleton? A. rib B. clavicle C. radius D. maxilla C. ethmoid D. frontal 41. Another name for the zygomatic bone is the: A. malar. B. sphenoid. C. ethmoid. D. sesamoid. 42. Going from superior to inferior, the sequence of the vertebral column is: A. sacral, coccyx, thoracic, lumbar, and cervical. B. coccyx, sacral lumbar, thoracic, and cervical. C. cervical, lumbar, thoracic, sacral, and coccyx. D. cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral, and coccyx. 43. The structure that furnishes the axis for the rotation of the head from side to side is the:
I froze. Time froze. I closed my eyes in disbelief. I refreshed the page. I thought Ms. Platt had attached another student’s rubric to my essay. I wanted the nightmare to end. Not only did I not receive an “A” or a “B,” but a “C-.” I earned a seventy percent. My eyes watered, and I began to feel nauseous. I felt as if I failed myself and my family. This grade was not supposed to be possible. In the words of Grendel, it was an accident. But unfortunately, it was not. At that moment, I had to accept, even if I did not want to, that I, for once, did not reach my high goals or had to surrender my unrealistic view of myself. I had erred, like all humans do, and learned that I was not perfect and that I could fail to reach my standards. At that moment, I realized that I wasn’t superhuman but human, and this was something challenging for me to cope with at the time. However, in discovering my ability to fail, my perception of myself had been revolutionized.
autonomic. motor. afferent. efferent. somatic. afferent The efferent division of the peripheral nervous system innervates: glandular cells heart muscle cells smooth muscle cells skeletal muscle cells All of the answers are correct. all The most abundant class of neuron in the central nervous system is bipolar. unipolar. multipolar. pseudopolar. anaxonic multipolar The cytoplasm that surrounds the nucleus of a neuron is called the neuroplasm. the endothelium of CNS capillaries forms a blood-brain barrier. endothelium of CNH capillaries forms a blood-brain barrier Extensive damage to oligodendrocytes in the CNS could result in loss of sensation and motor control. loss of the structural framework of the brain. inability to produce scar tissue at the site of an injury. decreased production of cerebrospinal fluid. a breakdown of the blood-brain barrier. loss of sensation and motor control Damage to ependymal cells would most likely affect the formation of myelin sheaths. formation of cerebrospinal fluid. transport of neurotransmitters within axons. formation of ganglia. repair of axons. formation of cerebrospinal fluid The tiny gaps between adjacent Schwann cells are called ________ nodes of ranvier Regions of the CNS with an abundance of myelinated axons constitute the ________ matter. white After a stroke, what type of glial cell accumulates within the affected brain region? satellite cells oligodendrocytes microglia ependymal cells Schwann cells microglia The membranes of neurons at rest are very permeable to _____ but only slightly permeable to _____.
What size fibers make up the preganglionic neurons? The postganglionic neurons? Why is the white ramus white, and the gray ramus gray? What does this mean for speed of conduction?
My pre-calculus teacher walked from the front of the white classroom with a thick stack of papers and hands me an overturned test - normally a sign of bad results. The packet lands on my desk with a thud and as I flip it over, I’m devastated by what I see. On this single math exam, I receive the worst grade I’ve ever had in a class - a 56. My first thought was that everybody failed and that we’d have the opportunity to correct the test. But as my partner receives his assessment back, I quickly realize I’m wrong.
It was the day when there was this big test and I didn’t study at all, it was for science and I had a feeling that I was going to get a bad grade. As I was looking at each of the questions I got more and more anxious because I wasn’t a fully sure if any of the questions I was answering were correct. That’s when I lost my hope or motivation. I tried my best answering each of the questions with the most detail I could. Then I crossed my fingers and tried to keep my hopes up. The test was on the computer so I checked it twice and turned it into google classroom. After two long days of waiting, the grades for the test were in. I checked it and as a result of not losing my hope, I got an A-. I knew that if I had hoped I will get through any challenge better than having no
I failed AP English. I had missed the second quarter of the school year, almost completely, due to… technical difficulties. I got discharged from the hospital mid-February, and for the remainder of junior year, the majority of my waking thoughts revolved around passing 11th grade. With motivational speeches coming at me from my parents, friends, and teachers, I began to believe I had a chance of passing the year. I did my best, which apparently was not enough. My teacher had picked up on my tremendous amount of effort, and on the last day of school, bumped my grade up to a low D — just enough to pass. I was not exactly about to put my grade on display or anything, but I passed! Technically. This is not one of the underdog-who-succeeded stories. The real success for me was (look away, it’s cliché) realizing my best was enough. I sound disgusting.
Dear Dr. Tracy Perron & the Chair of Student Affairs, I, Flora Ajayi, was dismissed from the Nursing program at The College of New Jersey due to my performance in Principles of Microbiology (BIO 144) and Anatomy & Physiology II (BIO 142 ), which are major Nursing prerequisites. I take responsibility for my academic progressions and understand the consequences and rewards of the Academic realm. The study habits that allowed me to flourish in high school, for example, studying class notes and reviewing a week before the exam, simply did not work in college. This forced me into a state of panic, which led me not to do well in both science classes. Studying effectively in college is different than studying in high school due to the rigor of the course and my attempt to process on a higher academic level. My inability to succeed in the sciences during my spring semester, despite my early success, has allowed for both personal growth and self-reflection while repeating BIO 144 and BIO 142.
1. The four quadrants that divide the abdomen are the right upper quadrant, left upper quadrant, right lower quadrant and left lower quadrant.
I’m writing for a request of a reconsideration of my final grade (EDU 600 Professor Dresser). The last couple of months have been extremely difficult on my personal life. On April 20th my husband passed away and the week before graduation my farther fell ill. He suffered with violent seizures;
It’s ENC 1101, Not knowing what to expect I entered the room with absolute fear, after all it was my first year of college. Although I’ve never been quite fond of English in the past, I’ve always excelled in the subject. I had yet to work for my grade and no English course I had taken proved to be a challenge through my eyes. I am a huge procrastinator, if not one of the biggest when it comes to assignments. I most likely wrote papers the night before or the day of and still managed to average an “A” on all of them. This bad habit led me to believe that I was cheating myself. Throughout my scholastic years I always had the mentality of asking “what could this class possibly teach me that I didn’t already know?” I believed that my writing
Storey Hauf Anatomy & Physiology HW 3 Membrane Potentials – Week 3 1. Define equilibrium potential: Equilibrium channels can be calculated using the Nernst Equation and the Goldman-Hodgkin-Katz equation. Equilibrium potentials are membrane potentials when an ion does not diffuse through the membrane. It is also associated with potassium leaving the cell through leak channels.
Answer: ingestion 3. Sympathetic stimulation of the muscularis externa promotes: Answer: muscular inhibition and relaxation 4. Which of the following statements about peritonitis is false? Answer: It leads to inflammation of the digestive mucosa. 5. Which of the following major layers of the digestive tract is described as a layer of dense irregular connective tissue filled with blood vessels and the plexus of Meissner?