Doubling up on classes? - page 2

How hard is it to double up? I'm not going to try for the first part, but am debating on it for Part B. I'll be taking Legal/Ethics, is that a really hard class? Any suggestions on what would be a decent class to take with it?... Read More

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    How hard is it to double up? I'm not going to try for the first part, but am debating on it for Part B. I'll be taking Legal/Ethics, is that a really hard class? Any suggestions on what would be a decent class to take with it?
    Only you know what works best for you. I started this program last year and had to take a couple quarters off for my wedding and honeymoon. Now that I am back I have taken Arts (10 week class) and then one nursing class each 5 weeks. It is definitely doable, I work full time and very involved with different committees at work, but I am choosing to no longer double up on classes anymore. There were multiple reasons, I'll cap out how much work will pay for my school in a year, not wanting to pay for this myself, less stress, not a huge rush to finish and I didn't want to get burnt out, I want to take my time and learn the information being given. So there are a lot reasons people double up and a lot of reason people don't. Just a few thoughts for you Good Luck

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