Okay here's my dilemma...
I'm starting nursing school in January and I'll be taking Medical Terminology
, A&P I, and Nursing Fundamentals--a total of 13 hours.
If I go by my school's course of study, then over the summer, I would take my first intermediate nursing class (which last half a semester) and A&P II. Then in the fall of 2007, I would take 2 intermediate nursing classes (again, half a semester long) and Micro.
I got to thinking, well, since I keep hearing how hard it is to take nursing and science classes together, why don't I just take A&P II and Micro over the summer, so when fall comes, all I'll have left in my course of study are my remaining intermediate and advance nursing classes. Also, if I take those science classes over the summer, I will only have to go to school part-time my remaining year and a half of nursing school.
I just received my financial aid package and I received more than enough loans to pay for spring and summer classes, so that's not a problem. I'm just wondering which situation will bruise my brain the lightest--my vote is to take the remaining sciences over the summer and just concentrate on nursing classes for the remaining semesters.
What do you guys and gals think? Any advice would be GREATLY appreciated! Thanks and TGIF!!! :spin: