Need advice and helo about pre-reqs and admissions!!! - page 2

Hi everyone, I'm hoping some of you fellow nurses and nursing students can give me some help. I am feeling overwhelmed right now with the thought of not getting into CU or Regis. I really want... Read More

  1. Visit  albpreemieRN profile page
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    Quote from RNtwoBE
    December as well! Since I'm going to take Pathophysiology to get that out of the way, it's only offered online in the summer and I really think that's something I should be taking in person. Will you be able to take it before you start? My friend who's at DSON now HIGHLY recommended I do that! Do you know which Algebra they count, is the highest one, College Algebra or does the one before that suffice? If it's College Algebra, then I'll be taking that and Statistics in the summer. I was going to maybe start in October, but since she really recommends taking Pathophysiology I thought I'd do that and get a little bit of a break before the intesity starts. ;-) Taking one class is a break for me. LOL So we'll be starting together in January!!!

    Yes you need to take College Algebra, I think it's Math 121 at the community college level?
  2. Visit  Sand_Dollar profile page
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    I am taking 4 classes in the fall...maybe I can squeeze in patho... not like I really need a life or anything. The kids are old enough they can feed themselves, lol. I'll be taking it along with algebra and stats, oh joy.
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    bfrdncr41 - Oh wow, how funny! Where did you take it? I'm considering possibly taking it this summer so I can start in October, however I really feel like it's an important class that I should take in person, not online, what do you think? If I do spread it out and start in January, I'm debating whether to take Algebra and Statistics this summer so I can take Pathophysiology alone, what do you think? Which do you think would be better to take with it if I went that route?

    Sand_Dollar - wow 4 classes...so glad this is my last semester with 4 classes...until DSN that is! ;-) I took Micro and AP2 and 2 other classes last semester, that was brutal! How old are your kids? I have a 15yo son...hopefully they remember us after school is over. lol

    Thanks ladies!!!
  4. Visit  albpreemieRN profile page
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    Quote from RNtwoBE
    bfrdncr41 - Oh wow, how funny! Where did you take it? I'm considering possibly taking it this summer so I can start in October, however I really feel like it's an important class that I should take in person, not online, what do you think? If I do spread it out and start in January, I'm debating whether to take Algebra and Statistics this summer so I can take Pathophysiology alone, what do you think? Which do you think would be better to take with it if I went that route?

    Sand_Dollar - wow 4 classes...so glad this is my last semester with 4 classes...until DSN that is! ;-) I took Micro and AP2 and 2 other classes last semester, that was brutal! How old are your kids? I have a 15yo son...hopefully they remember us after school is over. lol

    Thanks ladies!!!
    I took patho in CA b/c I was still living there at that point. I took stats at the same time and did well in both classes, but patho is definitely a VERY important class. If you can I would take it by itself. I would also take it in a classroom and for the full duration and not a summer session.
  5. Visit  RNtwoBE profile page
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    Thanks so much! Where in CA did you live? I'm from SF originally. I've been here for about 5 years tho, what's the nursing school situation like out there?
  6. Visit  albpreemieRN profile page
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    Thanks so much! Where in CA did you live? I'm from SF originally. I've been here for about 5 years tho, what's the nursing school situation like out there?
    I'm from Orange County. The wait lists are insane there and the bachelor's programs have about 900 people applying for 40 spots. I didn't want to wait any longer and had always wanted to live in Denver. It all worked out well for me. Good luck to you!


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