Please tell me as a new student who has not started yet,(40 yrs old single)how are the courses and which ones are the most difficult?I know it's an individual thing,but can you give me a rough idea? Please anyone???? How many credits should I start with and which courses? So many questions I have.
Jul 18, '00
Hello!! I'm sure you do have many ??s. So did I when I started. I go to a university and am getting an ADN. I spent my 1st year taking prereqs. A&p 1&2, chem, math, eng, ethics. In aug. I start my nursing courses and clinicals. I know this is very demanding but I am glad I spent 1 yr. taking plain old classes. It got me back in the groove of school since I have been out for 11 yrs. ( I'm 29) Good luck and take your time. If you need any help with A&P email me I loved that course and got an A in it. Have fun. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jul 18, '00
Biscuit, I am a 34 year old mother of 4 and married. I have two teens and two toddlers. I staRTED NURSING SCHOOL
this past fall I just love it. Sorry my caps was locked. I have a great group of people that I will be going through all this with. I met them all at school I did not thn nk I would meet anybody. I have surprisingly met alot my age. I start A&P1 this fall. I can't wait to get back to school. I started with 12 credits but I had to brush up on my math. This semester I only have 7 thank God. I have taken....Sociology(yuk),Biology, chemestry, basic math, psychology, human growth and dev., Eng. comp.1, Medical terminology
. I have to say to get all that and your A&Ps out of the way before anything else the load would depend on ones self.E-mail me if you want I be glad to help!
Jul 19, '00
Along with what everyone else told you, my first class was medical terminology, this was a great help in Anatomy physiology(this has a language all its own. If you are having problems in A&P (it is a difficult class but not impossible.)make sure you get a tutor or start a study group. The internet has many A&P sites with practice exams ect... With the study group you get an added benefit of meeting new people. Good Luck and contratulations.J
QUOTE]Originally posted by biscuit:
Please tell me as a new student who has not started yet,(40 yrs old single)how are the courses and which ones are the most difficult?I know it's an individual thing,but can you give me a rough idea? Please anyone???? How many credits should I start with and which courses? So many questions I have.[/QUOTE]
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