Thanks so much for the replies, they are good suggestions. (And thanks to whoever moved my question to the appropriate forum.)
I am taking the intro to computers (online) and freshman orientation classes this semester. Next semester, I am scheduled to take Allied Science. (I scored well on the Compass Test, so am excempt on taking the allied math/reading/writing classes.) This is what the school told me to take for now.
I talked to the LPN instructor, she said to buy the anatomy color book at Books a Million. If I learn the anatomy, I can concentrate more on the physiology. That's all she said to do. But I have a whole year, and I can learn so much to be better prepared.
Now someone I talked to at the orientation class, told me she is taking a medical terminology
class right now, and A&P starting in October. No one told me about taking these classes, and when I questioned, was told they don't know why she is taking them now. I don't know if I should inquire about taking these, even though they will be covered when the actual program starts Fall 2011. Or study on my own as much as I can since I don't work and I have alot of time to study.
I bought two of the Barron's EZ books--Biology and Anotomy & Psysiology, for now.
Just wish I knew how in depth into the subjects we will get.