I am starting the prerequisites in the summer and fall.
Required is Chemistry and algebra. Algebra not being a strong subject for me.
I am also taking anatomy and physiology I&II.
I in the summer and II in the fall.
I may also take microbiology is my schedule allows for it.
These would be extras and if I take them this summer I would not have to take them in the nursing program. I would have more time for clinicals.
It would also help me get in the nursing program and be ahead os some other people...hopefully.
So I have never taken chemistry and I hear it is rather hard?
Friends and family of mine say it is hard.
I really like sciences and did good in biology and other science subjects.
Should I be able to make it through chemistry?
What is it all about. From what I hear it is a mixture of math and science?
Of course it would have a lot to do with chemicals.
I need to get A's or B's in all these subjects.
Being as it goes by the grade per course...if that means I failed one out of 20 exams (or whatever), would that mean I could still get a passing grade. if the others were good grades? My point is does that mean I can't get less than a B in EVERY single test?
If I failed a test would they let me take it over..or do I just need to try better next time?
I know at my brothers tech school he can retake any grade he is not happy with.