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Ap1 with statistics or Ap1 with chemistry??

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Hi I really needed advice on how to pair my classes for next semester. Should I take AP1 with chemistry or should I take AP1 with statistics. Thanks

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A&P1 with statistics, chem and A&P both have lab in addition to lecture.

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So what would you suggest I should take together

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TheCommuter has 10 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Case mgmt., rehab, (CRRN), LTC & psych.

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I'm taking A&P I and statistics right now. It's going just fine.

However, I took chemistry before A&P and it's helped me a TON. The concepts are much easier to understand if you have a good foundation in chemistry. So my recommendation would be to take chemistry before A&P if you can. I'm sure it can be done differently, but I can't even count how many times I've thought "I'm so glad I already know these concepts".

That's not to say you can't do well in A&P without chemistry if you're on a tight schedule. I'm not sure what your degree requires, but taking nutrition during A&P I was very helpful as well - many of the same concepts and proteins/hormones/chemical reactions were covered in both classes.

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If I remember correctly... Some chemistry would help you with physio.... but like someone already mentioned, it does have a lab so it may be a little challenging. But if you can take them together and take some lighter course to balance out, then you might be good taking them simultaneously

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