So I am quite undecided on what to take these following semesters. I currently have a 4.0 GPA, and I don't want to screw things up. I am doing pre-nursing for an Associates RN program , and have already completed most of my general ed classes last year. Now I only have a few pre-reqs, but since I have extra units to full in being a full-time student, I was thinking of taking music classes as extra hobby type of thing.
Would this be a good schedule? Or should I just stick to my classes that relate to my major :-/ ? In additon, I only need Statistics to transfer to a RN-BSN program, which I will be doing after obtaining my ADN.
My current plan
Health Science(Associates grad requirment)
Guitar Class(for fun)
Swimming(Associates PE requirment/ for fun
Class Voice(for fun)
Class Piano(for fun)
Chemistry 2B(Organic)(for fun)
Spanish 3N(for fun & useful in the workplace)
I will be applying for the RN program this fall for spring 2014 admisson, that is why I am finishing off Physiology and Microbiology together.
I am 20, no job, no kids, not married; planning to go full-time, because I'll rather go to college than be working at a part-time job in a local store. Thanks for the tips!
Jan 30, '13
Last edit by StudentN123 on Jan 30, '13
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