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I have never attending college and I am starting this summer. I am curious if anyone has any reccomendations for classes to take during the summer. My goal is to get into a RN program so I know I have at least a year of pre reqs ahead of me.
I attended YEARS ago and have recently decided it's time for a career change. I'm doing my pre-reqs now. Since Summer courses cover the same material in half the time, I recommend that you NOT even consider Microbiology or anything hard like that. I suggest English and maybe a math. Nothing too tough. Also, I was told by an instructor (too late) that taking two Science classes in one term is too much. Pick only one. She may have said it because I told her that I was also in AP2 along with her Micro class. i hope that this helps.
I would look into schools you are interested in and most of them have sociology, psychology, nutrition classes for pre-reqs. I would do one to two of them. Not many papers, just reading for nutrition and sociology. If you aren't too good at math I would wait for that one until the fall semester.