Hi, I am taking the ADN- Rn program, This will be my first Semester and I have been out of school 28 years. Yes, I am very nervous and worried.
The school put me in English 101, Psych 201, Bio 101, Bio Lab, Microcomputer 170, and I am taking a math pre-Algebra jump-start Math 010 for 1 week and then it will determine whether I take Math 032 or Math103. As you can see my Math is not great. I already signed up for Math 032. Classes at this school are over full. But lots of people apparently drop out after 2 weeks.
My question: Is this too much for me to take my first semester or can the average, out of school 28 years, no job to worry about person handle all this.
I want to do well. The better the grade
the faster I can into clinicals later. They take highest grade point averages and the ones that have waited a while to get in. There is a waiting list for clinicals. I should work but my husband is very supportive and he will take the burden of the bills for now.
I start classes August 24 officially but take my jump-start math starting August 17th.
Please help me figure this out, I have ask other people and I get different answers. I asked the advisers and they really didn't help. I asked some students and some just out of Nursing school
RN's- younger than me. All have different answers. I heard the Bio 101 was very hard and so was the English comp 101 and the Psych 201 and all require lots and lots of paper work.
Please help, Thanks in advance!!!!!