Question re: Chem as a pre-req for A&P..please help! - page 2

Ok, I took Chem 100 (Basic Chem) last semester. This semester I am taking A&P. The pre-req for A&P is Chem 101 (General Chem.) I spoke to the instructor and she said I "should" be Ok with Chem... Read More

  1. by   Forevermomof5
    That is a killer to HAVE to take Chem. I would die!

    For our program, the only required courses are A&P I and II, English 101, Math, Philosophy and Micro.

    We have other courses that need to be completed before you graduate but not necessary to get in. I have EVERYTHING done except micro and A&P II, which I'm in now.

    Hopefully it'll be this fall. Major tears to those who have to take Chem...I'm sad for you, it is a bear!
  2. by   jobear
    THE THINGS TO REMEMBER ABOUT CHEMISTRY / PHYSIOLOGY IS THE INTRACELLULAR AND EXTRACELLULAR IONS. YOU WILL REVISIT THESE SUBJECTS IN YOUR MED SURG CLASSES (RENAL AND HEART). OTHER THAN THAT, ASSIGNING CHARGES AND ALL THAT OTHER BLA, BLA, BLA YOU WILL NOT SEE AGAIN. GOOD LUCK
  3. by   Kellacan
    I am in AP I and my professor said at the begining of the class "this is not a Chemistry class so I will not be teaching Chemistry, just the basics". I HATED General Chem and she really did just teach very basic chemistry. It was not difficult and mostly memory based. If I can do it, I would think anyone would be ok. I think I will be taking Chem I and Lab though if I want to get into any Accel. BSN program. I know that won't be any fun.

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