So I got accepted to the University of Louisville's nursing program. Honestly I am really nervous about starting the program. For one thing, I really do suck at math and I fear all classes that bear that name. As such, I've not taken a day of chemistry in my life.
High School I was a pretty bad student. Did the bare minimum to pass. The only reason I got into nursing school
was probably on account of the fact that I am a 3.8 GPA 70 hour transfer student from a major college where I was mainly studying Theology and I took some Criminal Justice.
So basically those High School science classes I never really paid attention to. :trout: Yea, stupid I know but I was a stubborn kid. What can I say? I am a fairly smart lad and like to think that I adapt well and I definitely have an interest in the sciences and have been reading up on biology and what not in advance of the Spring. I read things I remember hearing about in high school
but that means nothing, yet!
As such, I am going to take only 9 hours my first semester to get a feel for where I am at. Intro to Biology and Nursing 101 plus a gen ed that I dont have yet.
Any advice on what I can study 3 months in advance? And please tell me what the average grade is on an anatomy test that way when I see mine I know whether to throw up or not?
Oct 23, '06
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Last edit by gauge14iv on Oct 23, '06