I got a 4.0 in A&P I !!!!!!!!!!

  1. I can't believe it!!!!!!!!!!!! My first college class in 6 years and I got a 4.0 !!!!!!!! Mind you this was done in a 7 week semester and working 40 hrs per week. I missed only 7 points in the lab and 30 in the lecture. I am so happy, at first I wasn't sure if I could do it or not but, now I know I can.

    Anyways enough tooting my own horn. Good Luck to everyone in their classes:kiss
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    About KrisRNwannabe

    Joined: May '03; Posts: 491; Likes: 30
    geologist/nursing student


  3. by   hobbes
    Congratulations!!! Looks like your hard work paid off. Keep it up.
  4. by   sbic56
    Fantastic accomplishment! A&P is tough!
  5. by   TeresaRN2b
    Congrats! It feels good doesn't it!

  6. by   straba
    WOW!! That's great. You should be proud of yourself!! Keep it up.
  7. by   PennyLane
    Great job!! You should be proud. A&P is hard.

    I took 4 pre-reqs while working full-time and came out with a 4.0 in all 4 classes (A&P I, II, Nutrition, and Human Growth and Dev.)

    From what I've heard, A&P will seem like a piece of cake once we start our real nursing classes. *sigh*
  8. by   Love-A-Nurse
    keep up the wonderful work! congratulations.
  9. by   fnimat1
    Congratulations!!!! I love A & P also!!!

  10. by   Hooligan
    Way to go Kris!! Great Job!!!

  11. by   camkib
    Great Job!!!
  12. by   AmyLiz
    That's fantastic! I hope I do the same...I'm in A&P I now & it is a 7-week course as well!
  13. by   Fox
    You Go Girl!!!!

    Any hints on study skills.
  14. by   KrisRNwannabe
    Thanks for everyone that sent words of encouragement. Basically i studied about 25 hours per week. I read a post on here about a website called memorylifter.com you can make virtual flashcards which are way better than writing them all out. I also studied with a group before each test. that really helps because usually everyone has a couple of topics that they know very well. Our teacher told us that in order to get a 2.0 which is a C (anything less is failing) we would have to study at least 36 hours. I guess I proof that that theory isn't always correct!!!:roll :roll