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    It doesn't look like much??...LoL...That's 12 classes... ...but the english class is filled already...I wanted to try to knock out 5 classes at once...but people tell me that is to much to take on...I am the type that like to get things done and get them out of the way...but I don't want to wreck my brain though...so I will take three...and since you said Anatomy,Speech and Sociology would be ok,then I guess I will do that first...I will be done with those classes in May..I start on the 22nd...so hopefully after that I will know you a little better and that way,I will want your opinion on which classes to take next...because I will need some guidance on this journey to nursing...and thanks again...you are alot of help Anne..!!!...

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    Hello Anne...Im am literally starting from scratch...I haven't taking any claases other than CNA..PHLEBOTOMY..AND 12 LEAD EKG...But Im about to tell you what the pre reqs are for the nursing program at the community college that Im attending...they are broken down into 2 groups (Group A..& Group B)
    Group A is: Anatomy,Physiology,Microbiology,English,Nursing 205,Pharmacology (Nursing 212)
    Group B is:Sociology,Physiology(I don't know why they have this down twice),Speech,Psychology,and Information Compentency LIBST (Whatever this is)
    The director of the nursing program at the schoool told me not to take all classes in one group...she suggested that I mix them up...so what do you think I should do?

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    I want to start on my pre-reqs to get into the nursing program at the community college....and so I know for sure that I am taking Anatomy first before I take Physiology...but I want to know,what other two classes should I take along with Anatomy?...I was thinking about speech and sociology...would this be a good idea?...
    P.S...I want to take 3 classes at a time..1 "hard" course and two "easier courses...

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    Thaaaaaaanks Medic2RN...I really appreciate this...

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    Yes it did thanks...and I was on google last night...looking at pictures of our ribs and all that...i was on you tube,looking at 12 lead placement but they didn't throughly explain it...i want to know where does V1 go?...the 2nd intercostal space?...etc...they were just placing them on the chest and limb without explaiining it..

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    I just took and EKG Course...and the instructor was very unclear about the placements of the leads...I under stand everything with EKG's except where to place the leads and how to find the intercostal spaces...Can someone help me out?...What do I do?...What am I feeling for?...and how do I know where V1, V2, V3 etc goes?

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    Ok...well that makes more sense then since some of you put it that way...Anatomy first and Physiology second...I haven't registered for the classes yet,so now I know what to take first out of A & P...THANKS TO ALL OF YOU...

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    Thanks Student for Life...

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    Well I live in California and it might be different from where you are...and the college that Im attending does it seperately...they don't teach that class together...I wish they would've...but I have to take them one by one...

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    I will be on here to ask for help..LoL

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    Well congrats to you on the A and B...I hope I can get those kind of grades when I start...but I am gonna dedicate myself and put everything to the side so I can focus and study..and most definetly I will be on here to ask for help from you all..

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    Awww thanks Copper...and I was also told not to take both of these classes at the same time..so I am taking physiology first and then I am taking Anatomy in the fall...but thanks again..

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    Thanks very much for that...

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    Im starting my pre-req's January 2011 for nursing and I am hearing that Anatomy and Physiology will be the hardest courses?..but the others classes are easy...Is it really that hard?..I believe in "to each's own"..so Im thinking it was hard for them.What is hard for them maybe easy to others...but Im just really trying to figure out if these two courses are really that intense?

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    I make 15.00 an hour in a convalescent hospital...but a regular hospital pays more...I think they start you off at 18.00 an hour..


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