Principles of Chemistry Online RODP
- 0Apr 20, '13 by HaycynHi I am a RN BSN student w University North AL.
I need principles of Chem. RODP fits my requirements, cost, availability, etc.
But is it too much to take it along w Finite math?
I've already had Statistics (B and HARD).
I don't think I can devote the intense time like I I did with Stats to a single class this term, life things. So I am trying to figure when to fit this class in, make sense?
Is it a class that can be done during the summer without other classes?
As most, I have a family (2 under 3) and career.
I have Lit I, Finite Math, and this before getting back to BSN Nursing classes (took 12 hours years ago).
- 0Apr 20, '13 by NevadaFighterI think you should give it a go. I am a firm believer in online classes (as someone who was once the complete opposite). Chances are that you going to be battling more than 2 difficult nursing subjects simultaneously when you start your nursing classes again. This may be good practice for you.
I feel that the online classes are more appropriate for people who are pressed for time. I cannot tell you how many hours I have spent in school just "sitting around" and waiting for something to happen.
- 0Apr 24, '13 by ChrstenThe "made easy" or "made simple" series helped me for chemistry, biology, statistics, and math. Since I took the courses online, I had to teach myself these subjects. These books helped me with that.
"Chemistry: Concepts and Problems: A Self-Teaching Guide" by Houk & Post
"Homework Helpers: Chemistry" by Curran
"Chemistry for Dummies" by Moore