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A&P I and A&P II Exams

Looking for a standardized exam for your A&P I or A&P II course?

The HAPS Comprehensive Exam is designed as an end-of-course exam for a full two-semester A&P program that covers all of the HAPS Learning Outcomes.  In an effort to fill in the gap for programs and instructors teaching just a portion of these in their A&P I and A&P II courses, we are offering tests with the same reporting power as full Comprehensive Exam, but covering fewer content areas.


A&P 1 Content Modules:

A -  Body Plan & Organization (2)
B1 - Homeostasis (1)
C  -  Chemistry - inorganic and organic (6)
D -   Histology (3)
E -   Integumentary System (3)
F -   Skeletal System & Articulations (5)
G -  Muscular System (6)
H -  Nervous System (13)
I  - Special Senses (5)


A&P 2 Content Modules:

J -    Endorcrine system (6)
K -   Cardiovascular System (14)
L -   Lymphatic System and Immunity (4)
M -  Respiratory System (8)
N -  Digestive System (6)
O -  Metabolism (2)
P -  Urinary System (6)
Q - Fluid Electrolyte, acid-base balance (5)
R - Reproductive System (5)


Exam Fee Structure:
         15-50 exams        $10.95 each
         51-100 exams      $10.50 each

         100+ exams         $10.25 each

The minimum order is 15 exams.

If you need fewer than 15 exams because of small class size, please contact the HAPS office. Instructors may not take any HAPS exam to evaluate its content, both for security reasons and to standardize the preparation that all students have before taking the exam. Please see the Exam FAQ for more information.

**There may be additional questions on this exam that are being examined for use on future HAPS exams.  These pilot questions will not be identified on the exam and will not be used in calculating a score.


 

HAPS Comprehensive Exam files

Item Name Posted By Date Posted
HAPS Exam FAQ PDF (62.15 KB) Administration 6/11/2015
Question Distribution by Module JPG (145.81 KB) Administration 1/9/2014
Chi Tester Capabilities PDF (1.42 MB) Administration 1/9/2014