A&P classes, too full too soon - page 3

by DianeMyra | 4,231 Views | 28 Comments

All my planning for "nice" A&P teachers seems to be for not :o I don't get to register until tommorow at 6AM and all that's left are the "not so nice" ones. - Diane... Read More


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    Let's see...

    AP 2 Lecture and Lab, Interpersonal Communications, Medical Terminology, Clinical Prep and Country Western Dancing.

    Quit my job this week. I'll be a full time student!
    Quote from DianeMyra
    Now that grades have been posted I can enjoy my break I'm taking A&P1 and the lab at the Westside campus, Math 145, Eng 102 and Nut 244 at Montoya. I've never taken any classes at Westside, but I hear it's a very nice campus with easy parking! I'll be there on T-R-F, maybe I'll run into you! - Diane
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    Quote from kharing
    Let's see...

    AP 2 Lecture and Lab, Interpersonal Communications, Medical Terminology, Clinical Prep and Country Western Dancing.

    Quit my job this week. I'll be a full time student!
    I'm glad to see you're throwing some fun into the mix.
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    Hi all!
    Is anyone planning on attending UNM? I was just looking at their latest catalog and noticed some (disappointing) pre-req changes, such as the addition of Eng 219 instead of a core area 1 which includes Phil 156 which I took this summer. Also, soc or phil 101 is specifically required instead of whatever core area that was. I guess it's time to see their advisor to see exactly how much time I've wasted - Diane
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    Quote from DianeMyra
    Hi all!
    Is anyone planning on attending UNM? I was just looking at their latest catalog and noticed some (disappointing) pre-req changes, such as the addition of Eng 219 instead of a core area 1 which includes Phil 156 which I took this summer. Also, soc or phil 101 is specifically required instead of whatever core area that was. I guess it's time to see their advisor to see exactly how much time I've wasted - Diane
    I'm so sorry it is very hard to want to be a nurse these days. I am planning on applying to UNM. After this semester i will start finishing up the rest of my prereqs. It is sad that tvi and unm can't mesh their classes better. I need to see an advisor as well. If I can't get into UNM I'll apply again after the tvi adn program. Good luck to you. Maybe it won't be as bad as you think.

    Elizabeth
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    Quote from elizabetta
    I'm so sorry it is very hard to want to be a nurse these days. I am planning on applying to UNM. After this semester i will start finishing up the rest of my prereqs. It is sad that tvi and unm can't mesh their classes better. I need to see an advisor as well. If I can't get into UNM I'll apply again after the tvi adn program. Good luck to you. Maybe it won't be as bad as you think.

    Elizabeth
    Thank you, good luck to you as well. - Diane
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    Quote from DianeMyra
    All my planning for "nice" A&P teachers seems to be for not I don't get to register until tommorow at 6AM and all that's left are the "not so nice" ones. - Diane
    at least you can get in. My school only has one teacher for anatomy and physio and micro each semester, ONE, so unless you already have alot of units your day to sign up is late and your chances of getting in are next to none
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    Quote from HeartsOpenWide
    at least you can get in. My school only has one teacher for anatomy and physio and micro each semester, ONE, so unless you already have alot of units your day to sign up is late and your chances of getting in are next to none
    Yikes, only one teacher. Were you able to get in? ~ Diane
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    OK, false alarm. The classes I took are still relevant (I'm glad I didn't panic too badly!) The problem was that TVI gave me VERY old information geez. Oh well, at least I'm still on track. But I would recommend anyone who plans to attend UNM to speak directly with them. ~ Diane
    Last edit by DianeMyra on Aug 15, '05 : Reason: flubbed a word
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    Hi there,
    I'm high jacking my own thread again (I think we need just one New Mexico thread for the amount of banter we have . ) Anyhoo, I notice that UNM has a residency program for nurses, it is one year long. They offer classes towards BSN or MSN through the college of nursing, and state that salary is paid upon completion of those classes. Does anyone know anything about this? Thank you, Diane


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