Hi, I've been accepted to the Pre-Health Sciences program at Fanshawe College at the London campus. I just finished up my adult biology and chemistry credits and have a lot of time on my hands so I've decided to study ahead for my program.
The reason I am doing this is because I wish to apply for a collaborative university program between Fanshawe and the University of Western Ontario for Registered Nursing. To get into the program, every course must be finished with the least a B (70%) or you will be unable to apply for the program. I am hoping to get A's in all my programs to become a competitive applicant.
I've come to allnurses.com today to ask for help from anyone who has taken prehealth sciences before, has any additional subjects that I may need to know, resources, study guides, advice, recommendation on books or ANYTHING that will help me be happy that I studied come Fall. Any pointers on how to thrive during the program are also welcome.
If you have a moment, please take a look over my program courses overviews on this website. http://www.fanshawec.ca/EN/phs1/prog...xt/courses.asp
Note: I will be looking at the stickie study guides, and will probably try to buy my books as soon as I get a book list, but that may be in June.
Quick Edit: I am focussing on my Term 1 courses, the WRIT I won't have to take.. My Term 1 will be the grades I am applying to RN with.