The main pre-reqs for the nursing program are that you need to have taken Algebra, Biology and Chemistry in HS or a college equivalent, all with a "C" or higher. I took Biology with a "C" and I am taking Chemistry now.. (I quit HS a few weeks into the 11th grade but received a GED later... I wish someone would have kicked me in the butt)
Okay here is the situation..... I took Algebra I part I and received a "D" and then I took Algebra I part II and received a "C". I did take a Math 120 when I received my Associates in Office Systems Tech but it was a math that went over algebra, geometry, stats, etc. Not a specific algebra class.
I do not know how the nursing department is going to look at my average for Algebra since I received a "D" and "C".. Even if they do say that they would average that out to a low "C" and leave it at that, should I take Algebra anyway to give me that extra boost I may need? I know that I will struggle through it and would hate to do that but if it is so important to my ability as a nurse, I would do it anyway.....
Tell me what you think?
Thank you so much...
Jan 12, '03
(edited) oops I misunderstood what you said too, lol. Now I don't know WHAT to say.... gee....
Sorry you're having difficulties getting responses from the school. That always sucks.
Last edit by NurseWeasel on Jan 12, '03
Jan 12, '03
YOU MUST HAVE A KNOWLEDGE OF MATH TO BE A NURSE.
YOU COULD FIND THAT A DOCTOR WROTE AN ORDER THAT
WAS WAY OUT OF LINE. IT WOULD BE YOUR RESPONSIBILITY
TO BRING IT TO HIS/HER ATTENTION. MISTAKES ARE MADE ALL
THE TIME. DOCTORS ARE NOT INFALLIBLE
TAKE A COURSE THAT WOULD BE HELPFUL TO YOUR GAINING ADMISSION TO A NURSING SCHOOL
. NURSING SCHOOLS
DO NOT WANT TO TURN OUT PEOPLE WHO CANNOT ADD, SUBTRACT, READ OR WRITE PROPERLY. IT DOESN'T LOOK GOOD FOR THE SCHOOL.
GOOD LUCK !!!
Last edit by Rock on Jan 12, '03