Hi there! I'm currently taking AP1, we just started Monday. Mine is a private uni in which we take our pre-requisites one at a time, in a one month format. This means, for AP, I am in school Monday through Friday, 9 am to 1 pm, with study group directly following and varying in length depending on our needs. AP2 will directly follow, and be the same format and times.
Now, I had to gain acceptance into the RN program *before* I took any of my pre-reqs, and I did. However, in order to advance to core in May, I have to have at least a 3.0 GPA. So far, so good, but I am very frightened about AP. I can't believe all the information I have already been saturated with in the first three days. I realize the actual core will be much harder and more demanding, and I'm looking forward to it oddly enough.. but here is my question.
For those of you who have already done your AP classes. What, besides study group, do you recommend as extra work to really help retention and understanding of the material? Are there any extraneous websites for me to check out that will complement the class and enhance my understanding? Any tips, suggestions, comments? I'm normally an A student, and I truly wish to continue this trend. I dearly wish we had been required a Chem prerequisite, by the way... yesterday's lecture was crazy!