Taking 2 nursing classes together

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    Has anyone taken 2 nursing classes together? If so, which ones? Any recommendations on where to take college algebra, my last elective? Also, did y'all take medical terminology and legacy for your upper level electives?
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    Lol I thought everyone did. Won't it take you a ridiculously long time to graduate if you take them all separately?
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    Yes I am taking Legacy and Term for electives. Whatever you do don't take 3425 health assessment with much else the assignment if you don't start early is time consuming like 5-12 hours depending on how in depth you go and there are two due each week. I've taken two nursing courses along with electives together this whole time. This rotation I am in now is the hardest to handle. Bio 3309, NURS 4455 & 3425, POLS 2311 and Lit. They are just very time consuming with the readings and interactive for 3309. It can be done.
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    I've done it...depending on the classes it can be tough. I took 3425 with another nursing class and I felt like I was being put through a ringer. I would consider taking a 3000-level class with another 3000-level class or a 4000-level class. I wouldn't do two 4000-level classes together if I could help it, since those 4000-level classes are considered by many to be the tougher ones.

    I'll admit that found it much more enjoyable to take one nursing class together with one non-nursing class.
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    Quote from FutureCRNA?
    Lol I thought everyone did. Won't it take you a ridiculously long time to graduate if you take them all separately?
    I have all of my pre-requisites, except for college algebra, and my advisor said to only take one nursing class at a time! But, I was thinking that I could double them up!
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    Quote from TxMonci
    Yes I am taking Legacy and Term for electives. Whatever you do don't take 3425 health assessment with much else the assignment if you don't start early is time consuming like 5-12 hours depending on how in depth you go and there are two due each week. I've taken two nursing courses along with electives together this whole time. This rotation I am in now is the hardest to handle. Bio 3309, NURS 4455 & 3425, POLS 2311 and Lit. They are just very time consuming with the readings and interactive for 3309. It can be done.
    Wow! That is a full load! Are you working too? I am in health assessment right now, then research in February. My advisor said to not double up any nursing classes I only need algebra for my other electives.
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    Quote from Neonursej
    Wow! That is a full load! Are you working too? I am in health assessment right now, then research in February. My advisor said to not double up any nursing classes I only need algebra for my other electives.
    No I was stationed in Germany for 3 years and instead of looking for for work I got back in school. It is killer right now I don't have enough time in the day for all of it honestly. BUT it is possible to do 2 nursing classes at once you just can't fall behind and you have to look ahead to plan for time consuming assignments lol like assessment! I have to start it early now because i couldn't get it done in one day anymore!
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    In the army? I am a army veteran
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    Quote from Neonursej
    In the army? I am a army veteran
    Yup Army thats where I got my LVN from =) I am thinking about going Air Force reserve after finishing my BSN but Im not sure I know the Army...we shall see =)

    P.S I doubled all my classes Ill send you a list later by far this has been my worse semester
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    Quote from TxMonci
    Yup Army thats where I got my LVN from =) I am thinking about going Air Force reserve after finishing my BSN but Im not sure I know the Army...we shall see =)

    P.S I doubled all my classes Ill send you a list later by far this has been my worse semester
    Good luck I miss being in the military, believe it or not, lol! But I am suffering from a surgery, 2 years ago, on my right tfcc. I tore my tfcc in basic training 23 years ago and just got it fixed, blah, has been very painful!


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