Answered By: Celita Ávila Last Updated: Aug 31, 2015 Views: 6945
Wait wait...don't tell me. You're taking anatomy and physiology. :)
Here are a few starter sources:
1. The University of Minnesota has online WebAnatomy practice tests for all views of the skull. Print out the unlabeled sheets or test your labeling skills over and over online.
2. We have several books on the human skeleton, including A Brief Atlas of the Skeleton, Surface Anatomy, and Selected Medical Images.
3. There are LOTS of free downloads of these labeling worksheets out on the web.