I recently graduated college with an Associates Degree in Paralegal Studies. I was able to maintain a 4.0 gpa the entire time. I am currently working part time in a midsize law firm in my area. I have been looking diligently for a full time position but everything either requires more experience than I have or doesn't pay much at all. So I've really been contemplating whether to go back to school to pursue a career in healthcare. The job market is always growing and there seems to be many different routes to choose from. I really enjoy helping people and I've always had a very giving personality. I'm not completely grossed out by blood, bodily fluids, or vomit either. However, I'm not sure if a nursing job is right for me. It's the math and science that worry me. I've always been a good student and I usually do well in any subject, but math and science are my two least favorite. I've always been more of an English type. I'm pretty sure I could pass the classes because I have a very good sense of determination and will power when I set my mind to something. I'm just not sure if I would enjoy having to use so much math and science everyday. Can anyone please elaborate a little on the specific amounts of math and science that are directly used everyday? Is it straight out of the textbooks type stuff or do you only use concepts that are the most common? Does it all become second nature and part of the routine after a while? Is there anyone out there who is currently a working RN that does not favor the math and science subjects?