Hi 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).
Apr 20, '13
I 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.
Apr 24, '13
The "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