Taking 2 science courses (bsc2086 and MCB) in the same semester!? - page 2
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Hello! I am currently completing the pre-reqs for MDC medical campus. I am enrolled to complete my last two sciences BSC 2086 and MCB 2010 in the Spring semester but I'm being advised to just take one (1) science (HUman Anat 2)... Read More
- 0Jan 24, '11 by pattyscHi! How did it go taking BSC2085 and CHM1033 at the same time? I want to do that but every person I speak to in MDC is telling me that I shouldn't do it because you need to have CHM before BSC. Did you really need chemistry to do well in BSC? I'm also a mom of 2 little ones (3 mos and 21 mos). Can/Should I do this??? HELP!
- 0Jan 24, '11 by pope6974hello pattysc
First thing, I would like to congratulate you on pursuing nursing with two lttle ones. All I did was register for the classes and they said it was ok. Intro to chemistry and intro to biology interacts with each other. So far I'm doing well in both classes(I have not had a science class in 22 yrs). Its alot of studying, homework, and tutoring. I believe at my age its a little more challenging. You also must have a strict study plan. Also my advise to you is to talk to your adviser. I hope this answers your questions and give you better insight on your decision.
- 0Jan 24, '11 by KGMMI just finished A & P II lecture and lab, Micro lecture and lab(my school splits the lecture and lab apart into separate classes and grades) and I also took philosophy in the same semester. I'm married and a mother of a 6 year old so it wasn't easy to juggle it all but I did it, with one B+ and 4 A's. I was also told it was near impossible to do, I think it is just a matter of how dedicated and organized you are more than anything. Make a set amount of reserved study time each week for each class and stick to it, you will do fine if you keep up with it all! Best of luck to you!
- 0May 4, '11 by kmarlinI have a similar question. I am thinking of taking Principles of Chemistry and Human Anatomy in the fall. (I think it would probably be best to take A & P separately instead of together) The thing is that I have had a learning disability in reading comprehension for many years. I got off numerous psych meds in late 2008 and am doing 1000% better, but I'm not sure how I would be able to handle things now. Do you think I could handle the course load? If not, I was thinking of signing up for other courses to fulfill my full time status with Principes of Chemistry, Interpersonal Communication, Phys Ed and business math.
- 0May 5, '11 by Rah8978I took A&P I and Chem 119 last semester with Spanish 101. I had to have 2 more credit hours for financial aid so I also took yoga and a fitness class. I did manage to get A's in all classes but it just about killed me! They offered supplemental instruction classes for both the A&P and the chem but the A&P supplemental class didn't help at all. The chem however, saved me! By the end of the semester I can definitely understand why they want you to take chem 119 before A&P I. It finally all made sense at the end. I had to get special permission from my professors to take them both together. I had taken Chem 100 the semester before and got an A also. But I was only able to get an A in chem 100 due to the supplemental instructors I had for that class. I haven't had a science class in over 32 years! The nursing program I was applying for only takes applications once a year in Feb. so since I am 47 years old, I didn't have another year to wait to get in. If at all possible, I would suggest not taking the chem and A&P together. There is so much information that you need from the chem to fully grasp the material in A&P. I got accepted into the nursing program and have my orientation tomorrow. Start classes in the summer! Just joined this website today. It looks like a good place to share and gain info. Good luck! Glad to be here!
- 0May 5, '11 by DarkBluePhoenixI love how people assume we know what their particular class codes and numbers mean...like every school as a universal code or something....? duh!
***As for your question, unless you are a science person, it should be a breeze but if your not, then prepare for no life and studying all the time. You have to stay on top of everything! Don't slack off
- 0May 5, '11 by shananigansWIYou are the best judge of what you can handle, so I'd take anything an adviser tells you with a grain of salt. I took micro, A&P 1, and o/bio chem last fall. Total of 14 credits, I had four 2-hour lab periods every week. I don't have any kids and wasn't working at the time, so I found the classes kept me pretty busy but not too overwhelmed most of the time. I managed to keep my 4.0 intact. Maybe try talking to some students at your school who have already taken the courses, they may be able to give you some good insight.
- 0May 8, '11 by iaomaiIm taking intro to chem and AP2 for my summer session and im not to worried. I have 2 kids both are preteens tho. Im by myself most of the tome with hubby working out of state. I have a supportive mother that helps. I think if you want something bad enough you can do wutever you need too. I want to apply this Dec for the nursing program and so, I have to finish my prereqs in order to do that! Be encouraged and kno you can do it!