I'm an EC grad but took regular classroom A&P and micro just for that reason when trying to get into a BSN program.
Now here in TX , some schools
teach the A&P and micro lecture and lab as two different classes.
I was graded separately for my A&P lecture and lab. Students who CLEP'd or took Excelsior A&P or micro only had to enroll in the lab portion and got graded on that. They got credit for lecture by passing the Excelsior exam.
This is how it was when I lived out east as well, lecture and lab are two completely different classes.
But many schools teach these classes as one class, and you receive credit and only one grade for both lecture and lab.
If this is the case, then you would have to take the entire course regardless of whether you passed the EC A&P exam.