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Help! Has Anyone Taken Anatomy Without Bio 101 First?

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i have taken bio 101 but it was more than 10 years ago, should i skip bio 101, or take it again? i spoke with nursing advisor she said it would be ok to go straight to anatomy , but im wondering if it really would be hard on me . does anyone feel that bio 101 definitly helped them out with anatomy? thank you for your help :confused: :confused: :confused:

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I am taking A&P1 and I have never taken BIO 101 and I am doing okay. You will do fine just read your book.

Just do it because you can!

Ann.

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The only bio I had before taking Anatomy was in high school and I did really well in the class. The key is to study and not put it off!!!

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Hi Roxanne!

I took Bio in high school but that was about it too. I spoke w/ my counselor and she said Anatomy was fine. I remeber you from yesterday, but I dont remember are you getting your LVN or RN? I asked about this but not one person had responded yet.

S

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NurseAngie specializes in Perinatal/neonatal.

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No Bio here- Went straight for A&P.

Peace~Angie

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I agree with the other posts.

As long as you have a general understanding of the cell, you should be fine.

When I took A&P, it had been almost 10 years since I had taken general biology, and I did just fine.

Good luck to you.

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originally posted by annmarei

i am taking a&p1 and i have never taken bio 101 and i am doing okay. you will do fine just read your book.

 

just do it because you can!

 

ann.

thank you so much for your reply , my advisor said i could but , wanted student advise ! thanks for your input.

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originally posted by nrs2bme

hi roxanne!

i took bio in high school but that was about it too. i spoke w/ my counselor and she said anatomy was fine. i remeber you from yesterday, but i dont remember are you getting your lvn or rn? i asked about this but not one person had responded yet.

s

hi nrs2bme, im going for rn , my advisor said the same just wanted to hear from students, thanks i feel better.

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originally posted by subec

i agree with the other posts.

 

as long as you have a general understanding of the cell, you should be fine.

 

when i took a&p, it had been almost 10 years since i had taken general biology, and i did just fine.

 

good luck to you.

thanks much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D

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originally posted by pixiestudent

the only bio i had before taking anatomy was in high school and i did really well in the class. the key is to study and not put it off!!!

thanks much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D

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originally posted by nurseangie

no bio here- went stright for a&p.

 

peace~angie

thanks for your reply :D

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I'm 38 and I've already taken A&P I and II. The only time I had Bio was in high school a thousand years ago. (Well, not a thousand, but it feels that way!:D ) Believe me, I didn't remember any of it, and I managed to get A's in both classes. I just had an excellent instructor and studied my behind off! And for me, it's all about hundreds of notecards!

Cindy

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