Good study habits are essential.
Which means you will do great, Hatchy. You kicked ass last semester so you are revved up and ready to go.
A&P meant lots of time but it totally paid off.
And I know you said you hate index cards - I normally do, too - but they were also essential for me for the Anatomy part. My school divides the class into Anatomy one semester and then Physio (heavy duty version of it) the following instead of A&P I & II so it could be different because of that but I kind of doubt it. The fact is, there is A LOT of memorization when it comes to anatomy just like learning a new language. For that aspect of it, I would do notecards. We had one week to learn all the direction terms plus the terms for areas of the body (brachial, antecubital, cephalic, etc, etc). I thought I would die. After writing out my cards and carrying them everywhere with me for a week (I would do a few at stoplights
or waiting to get my kids from school, changing the baby, etc), I had them down flat.
You can do it, R. I have absolutely no doubt about that.