Hi. This business re math, is good advice. The last math I had was in 9th grade, and I got a "D". In 10th grade, I was "kicked out" of the class, until I got badly needed glasses, as sitting in the front row, I still couldn't see. Well, my parents couldn't afford glasses, so I never went back. When I took the placement exam, I scored poorly on the math, but was not asked to take any remedial class. In chemistry, I was told by my professor, "I don't even know how you got in this class in the first place, with your background." You know, I needed math to balance equasions, etc. Well, I did have to retake chemisty, but requested a different professor, and did better. The upshot of all this? I did have to struggle at times, for sure, but persevering means everything. In pharmacology, I did fine too. We had to get at least a "C" in all prereqs, and at least a "B" in all nursing courses. I was married, had three children under ten, youngest was two, and I also worked as a QMA and then a nurse tech, at least three days a week. We were extremely poor, and I had to commute 50min each way. I didn't even have a car for most of the time, so rode with other students, and had to adjust to their sched., not just mine! Also, they smoked, and sometimes when I got out of their car after that long drive, I would have to throw up, I was so sick from the smoke! But, I was determined! So, although there's more to this sad story, the happy ending is that I made it, just like you will, and it will set an example for your children, in a most positive way! I wish you all the luck and determination you'll need! Go for it!!!