Quote from jb2u
i agree 100%. it could be the difference between passing nursing school and failing. i know several class mates that have a harder time w/ a&p stuff because they took a&p at a different school (known to be easier) and now they have said that they "regret it."
best of luck to you,
I know what you mean and I totally understand some schools are easier than the others because it happened to me. When I took ap1 this spring, the professor was tough, even if you knew the material, the exam was tricky, ambigious, exams involve life situation, etc. Each exam was about 95 to 100 questions, total of 5 exams, one department final, 15 - 16 quizzes, 3 practicals, one essay, I studied my @ss off, read page by page, and read again. NOW, I'm taking ap2 @ a different place, it's only 2 exams and one final. The first exam in the second place just can't compare; but I didn't slack off, I still read page to page and studied the way I was, and I scored very well for my first exam.