Hi everyone! I will be transferring to the University of Detroit Mercy this Fall, and I will have a full slate of pre-requisite classes - some classes I hear are really hard to be exact. :uhoh21:
The thing is I have to take all of these classes in order to be ready to apply to the actual Nursing Program
at UDM for the Fall of 2009 (they don't accept students at any other time of the year). Since Fall of 2009 is the last year that students within the school will get preference over students with 4.0s from community colleges, its critical that I get in for the Fall of 2009 (I have a 3.93 but with hard classes that could easily go down). So now that I've explained why I have to take all of these hard classes in one quarter (I have to have finished ALL my preqs by Fall of 09) here is my schedule for this coming Fall:
Organic/Bio Chemistry (I heard its hard and I'm already having a hard time w/ Chem 101)
Anatomy and Physiology 1 (covering the anatomy aspect) - another class thats hard
A easy computer course
My question is this: Do you think taking Organic/Bio Chem. with A&P 1 is crazy? Will it be too hard to get a good grade (getting a good grade is essential of course)? I've done well in Psychology so I'm not as worried about Soc. but at the same time everything requires alot of study time to do well. Do you think I'm in over my head? Thanks and sorry about the long winded post!
Thank you everyone for the great feedback!!
Hearing positive encouragement like that has lifted my spirits (Chem. was getting me down), so thanks everybody! I SO want to get into nursing school (I'm even leaving my home state for the first time ever just because I might get into this program) and I've worked so hard thus far. I think that if I really work hard like everyone says I can do it! ....I just better!
And like everyone says, this will prepare me for the rigors of nursing school.
Last edit by hearts895, RN BSN on May 13, '08
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