I am confused. Beyond confused. And overwhelmed to say the least.So here's some history to help you understand. I finished my general AA in June of this year and had intended on going on for my Bachelor's in Elementary Education. I met with an advisor from the University I was planning on attending and left there feeling completely distraught. I learned that the amount of student loan debt I would graduate with was much more than I was anticipating, and the job outlook for teachers in our community was really dim. Last year 500 teachers were laid off, and that really opened my eyes to the direction I was going. I have always wanted to work with children, so teaching seemed like a logical choice, but there are just too many cons, no jobs, very low income, and lots of debt.So I re-evaluated and decided to persue nursing. I work in a hospital now in admitting, and knew I could become a pediatric nurse. It just happened that I had taken many of the pre-requisites my community college required to apply, and only needed to take two more. I enrolled this semester for Anatomy and Physiology, and I am WAY out of my comfort zone. I excel in classes like English and History, but sciences and maths I really don't care for. I am realizing more and more that that is what nursing is all about! I am three weeks into A&P and am having to drop the class because I am just not getting it.So here is my question, is nursing not right for me? Do you really have to be a science junkie to become a nurse? I want to be a nurse because I want to help kids and be able to work with them everyday, but I am not sure I can cut it? I am worried that if I can't get through A&P, I won't even come close to doing well in nursing school.