Trimester one is an important Trimester to prepare for Trimester Two. This Trimester focuses on the anatomy and physiology of the different bodily systems such as cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, pulmonary, urogenital, endocrine, nervous, reproductive, endocrine, nutritional, musculoskeletal, and infectious diseases, and metabolic disorders.

Trimester One will focus more on the major issues of the human body and not just the organs. In this Trimester, students will learn about the body’s circulatory system, heart, lungs, kidneys, liver, stomach, intestines, blood, lymph nodes, urinary tract, bowel, and bladder. Other topics include the anatomy and physiology of the immune system and how it interacts with other organs and tissues, and how the body metabolizes proteins and carbohydrates.

The second and third trimester exams, respectively, will focus on the structures and functions of the reproductive system, respiratory system, neurological system, and the immune system. There are two examinations in Trimester Two that will be administered by either a Physician or Medical Assistant. Both exam areas will test basic knowledge of the anatomy, physiology, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases, and diseases affecting the central nervous system, gastrointestinal system, blood vessels, urinary tract, digestive tract, skeletal system, skin, and internal organs.

Trimester Three consists of two tests called the “Lymph Nucleus Test” and the “Endoscopy-Ultrasound Assay.” These two tests, which are also referred to as Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, respectively, will test the internal and external properties of the lymphatic system and the immune system. Both of these exams will test your knowledge of diseases affecting the digestive system. They will also test your knowledge of diseases affecting the digestive system in animals and people, as well as diseases affecting the urinary tract, bowels, and skin.

Trimester Four consists of a series of three exams called the “Uvulopalatomegaly.” This exam will examine the urogenital and pelvic structures in depth. It also covers the study of the urinary tract and will include the study of the urinary bladder, kidneys, ureters, sphincter, urethra, and kidneys, the urinary tract’s drainage and filtration, and the bladder’s role in the whole process of urine elimination.

The final Trimester of your Trimester will provide you with a series of three exams that examine the digestive tract, bones, nerves, and muscles. The exam areas of the brain, retina, lymphatic system, and reproductive system will also be addressed. These exams will cover the study of diseases affecting the cardiovascular and respiratory systems, digestive system, lymphatic systems, nervous system, urinary tract, gastrointestinal tract, bone, nervous system, and musculoskeletal system.

The final exam is very specific and is called the Trimester Three Endoscopy-Ultrasound Assay Exam. This exam will evaluate your knowledge of diseases affecting the upper respiratory tract, including the lungs, sinuses, lungs, stomach, intestines, and bladder. It will also evaluate your knowledge of diseases affecting the eyes, skin, ear, nose, heart, kidneys, spleen, colon, kidneys, liver, pancreas, and reproductive system. Finally, the last examination of this Trimester will cover diseases affecting the urinary system.

The Trimester Three Trimester Exam will provide you with a total score that reflects your overall knowledge of the human body. Your overall score, combined with the results of the other Trimester exams, will give you the grade necessary to pass the exam.

You will take the exams at a time that is determined by your school. In some schools, you can take the exam at home, in others you will need to attend a class, in still others you will need to go to a medical facility.

You should take the exam in a comfortable, quiet room. Do not take the exam while in a stressful or noisy situation. Read the instructions carefully and follow the directions provided for taking the exam. Keep your mind focused on the questions and take your time.

If you need more information about the exams, you can call the office of the medical director at your school or the Office of Medical Information Services. {OMIS), or look up your local Board of Examiners or Board of Education (BEO) web site. {BOE. If you are unable to locate the office of your local school, you may want to contact the local Trimester Director. {TGAO).