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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by seahorse, Dec 12, 2008.

  1. seahorse

    seahorse Welcome New Poster

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    Just thought I would say hello. I am new to the arena and as a first year student fairly new to podiatry altogether. Nevertheless I have enjoyed reading the threads and hope to find lots of learning support for the anatomy and physiology which is threatening to explode my brain before my first set of exams after Christmas. Hopefully I can contribute more to the forums once I have got anything of any use to say. Thanks for your input everyone.:santa2:
  2. twirly

    twirly Well-Known Member

    Hi Seahorse,

    :welcome: to Podiatry Arena.

    :empathy: Fear not friend here you will find wisdom & knowledge (not me ;) I mean in the 'teaching & learning forum').

    Here's another link for muscle anatomy which I believe the lovely Dave Smith posted a link to some time back.


    I found a good tip for exams (for me anyway)... Treat it like a BIG meal. One bite at a time, savour each bite. Chew each mouthful carefully. Digest it slowly & finally allow it to repeat on you. ;)


    Where are you studying?


  3. seahorse

    seahorse Welcome New Poster

    Thanks for the link Mandy, and the good adivce about 'bite by bite'. I am studying at Plymouth.
  4. Heather J Bassett

    Heather J Bassett Well-Known Member

    :welcome: feel free to post questions, that way you can become involved with discussions without fearing:empathy: that you don't know enough;)
    You are lucky to have found our site so early in your career. it is a brilliant resource.
    Good luck with the exams


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