A & P final grades are in, what's urs

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MommaTy

599 Posts

A&P 1 was B- and A&P 2 was A-. This was last year.

stellakc

58 Posts

Finals this and next week, just took my final lab practical for A&P1, hoping to get an A. Pulling for an A- in lecture.

Nurse2B2016

474 Posts

A&P 1 was B- and A&P 2 was A-. This was last year.

Would you say a&p 2 was a bit easier than 1? That's what I've been hearing.

zoe92

1,163 Posts

Has 2 years experience.

I am almost finished with A & P 2 and have found it harder. It is not just straight memorization but more of physiological processes (which we only got a taste of in part 1).

LifesAJourney

196 Posts

Specializes in Med/Surg, Float Pool, MICU, CTICU.

Back when I took A&P (2010), I had a 108% before the lab grade and final calculated in. My school has plus/minus system. Anything over a 100 was still an A.

douxmusique

139 Posts

Would you say a&p 2 was a bit easier than 1? That's what I've been hearing.

A&p 2 is way harder, definitely more of the why and how (...this would be physiology...) As opposed to the foot bone is connect to the knee bone (anatomy). I had to retake these course after taking an unexpected 5 year break because of relocation and babies, so I've experienced this at two different schools, community college level and state university level.

meeep, BSN, RN

853 Posts

Specializes in Psychiatry. Has 7 years experience.

Personally, I find understanding how something works to be MUCH easier than memorizing a million things. Looking forward to A&P 2!

douxmusique

139 Posts

Personally' date=' I find understanding how something works to be MUCH easier than memorizing a million things. Looking forward to A&P 2![/quote']

In some ways :-). In other ways..... Eh.

@atlback2rn I thought A&P 2 was more challenging, more body processes and concepts to understand. But I also took it during a winter semester which was 8 wks and 14 hrs each week. It was a lot to fit into a small period if time, but manageable.

meeep, BSN, RN

853 Posts

Specializes in Psychiatry. Has 7 years experience.

In some ways :-). In other ways..... Eh.

For me it is. Your mileage may vary.

Nurse2B2016

474 Posts

Thanks for the input everyone. Going to enjoy this break before tackling A&P 2. Guess it all depends on the instructor and person. Its undoubtedly lot of info to retain no matter how you look at it.

Axm611291

64 Posts

Finishing up anatomy next week! Hoping to keep a B! lab has been the hardest for me! Have a hard time coming up with the names without looking at them! Lecture is my favorite and have done well so far will be takin physiology in the summer!! (My school doesn't have them merged into a&p)