I just want to get some opinions from you folks. My situation is this: Twelve years ago I took my undergrad inorganic chemistry. I didn't do very well at all, mostly due to the fact that I had too many outside distractions and school was not a priority. I got a "C" in that class. I just finished my Organic/Biochemistry course and was 1 of just a couple of "A's" in class (The class median grade going into the final was about a 71%.).
My question is, should I retake inorganic chemistry or just ride on the Organic/Biochem course grade for my chemistry area. My other science grades are great.
Honor's Anatomy (Independent Study) x 2 semesters--A
Statistics--C (This was taken with my inorganic chem course--blah!)
My current feelings are not to worry about the "C" from 12 years ago, but to focus on other areas such as some Cert's, doing well in my upper division courses that I'm taking now.
My ICU experience is strong and varied. Two years of ICU experience so far, currently working in a Level I trauma center's Trauma/Vascular SICU.
Any thoughts would be appreciated. This fall I'm heading back east to visit a couple of schools
and will ask them what they would suggest.
I'd appreciate any input.
Thanks in advance,