I'm going to a community college to get my ADN. In my school 60 students are ranked for the overall GPA of A&P1,AP2,Microbiology and the NLN with a minimum of a C average in all Nursing and pre req. And my goal is to do well like every student going into this career choice. I have a terrible Nursing counselor who told me all the classes was hard and who was making fun of a student before my meeting with her staff because of him having a GED. Once, I heard her remarks she made me feel uncomfortable and made me think to myself this is why I want to be a Nurse. Nevertheless, I was wondering if it is wise to take a class offered at my school called Intro to A&P. Also did anyone take this course before going into A&P1? Many student at my school are taking this class called Medical Terminology
even though its not a requirement just like the Intro to A&P. The class Medical Terminology most people take before taking their A&P. Its a class which teaches you the suffixes, prefixes and root words of medical terms. Did anyone take this class and is it a waste of time? Also, I was wanting to know if anyone has taken Principal's of Nutrition I'm looking forward to taking that Spring06. If so what is it like I have to take it every monday 5pm-8:30pm. I was wondering what is going to be covered in that class for it to be so long. And when should I be looking forward to taking my NLN? Thanks all for your help and advice!