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The Anatomy Gym: a new app

Brush up on your anatomy knowledge with this useful and fun app
11 November 2020
UMCG Anatomy Gym

The Anatomy Gym is an educational game, developed by the UMCG, with which you can refresh your anatomy knowledge and compete against other participants. You earn virtual drops of sweat with every question you answer correctly. It is not only helpful (and fun) for students, but is suitable for anyone who wants to learn more about human anatomy.

This app is only in Dutch!

What is it exactly?

The Anatomy Gym consists of quiz questions on different categories such as "head / neck", "leg / hip" and "arm / shoulder". Within those categories there are all kinds of subcategories that you go through level by level.

As a reward for correct answers, you will receive virtual sweat drops and you can see how you are doing compared to fellow users in the rankings. In addition, there is feedback: you can see which answers are wrong and can repeat those questions later.

Last modified:11 November 2020 12.50 p.m.
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