Carbon dioxide transport.

Challenges with physiology include retention of a large factual knowledge base and integrating that knowledge with other levels of physical and biological science

Module 12

We began in our first modules with atoms and chemical bonds and progressed to biological macromolecules and cellular structures. Now our levels-of-organization approach culminates with the tissues and organ systems of human physiology.

Main Progression

Tissues & Histology
Human Embryology
Nervous System
Sensory Systems
Endocrine System
Musculoskeletal System
Cardiovascular System
Blood
Respiratory System
Lymphatic System & Immunity
Urinary System
Digestive System & Nutrition
Reproductive System

Knowledge Mapping

Bird's Eye View - Comprehensive review focussed on overcoming any weaknesses in high impact topics.
Conceptual Integration - Integrate perspectives from biochemistry, molecular genetics, cell biology and physiology to elucidate the chemical and molecular basis of physiological phenomena.
Testing - Full-length practice test.

Psychology & Sociology

Social Structure and Inequity

Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills

In Module 1 we begin a regular practice of reading from a variety of nonfiction sources. In addition to beginning our regular reading, we also begin the process of breaking down the CARS exam format as a form with its own set of rules. The better you understand the methods and intentions of the test-writers, the better you will become at interpreting CARS questions.