I have to take the NLN to get into the nursing program at Normandale. I bought the study guide but the science section is so far beyond what I have learned. There also are anatomy questions and I have never taken anatomy before. Im still in high school and I graduate this year. My question is for the NLN test should I be able to take it right out of high school and do well? Or do the pre reqs to get into nursing teach you to do better in the science section. Pretty much do people get prepared for the NLN test by taking MicroBio and BioChem and Anatomy in college or should I be expected to take it right out of high school and do well? Im worried, The science is crazy. I have taken basic biology, environmental science, physics, and honors chem right now.
Dec 23, '12
Thanks for the input but you still have not responding to my question about the NLN exam. I don't feel prepared for the science and anatomy sections to pass. My question is will the pre req classes prepare me to do better or should I already be expected to know everything? Also biochem is a pre req for Normandale :/ I have already obtained my acceptance letter and talked with them about the nursing program. Thanks-
Also I have not gotten accepted to the nursing program but the school itself. Can't apply to the program until I finish the pre reqs and take the NLN exam.
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