Help with order of prerequisites

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Hello. I have a meeting with an advisor on December 1st but I still wanted some input from you guys. I've separated my prerequisites by quarter. What do you think? Is there anything you would change? I'm looking for an easy workload. Yes, some of the classes aren't required for the nursing program I'm interested in but I plan on applying to numerous schools and some of them require electives. 

 

Winter 2023

English 101- English composition

Math 146- Intro to statistics

Bio 160- General Biology w/lab

Psych 100- General psychology 

Nutrition 101- Nutrition

 

Spring 2023

Art 101- Design

Span 121- Spanish 1

Soc 101- Intro to sociology

Bio 241- Anatomy & Physiology 1 w/lab

 

Summer 2023

Bio 242- Anatomy & Physiology 2 w/lab

Bio 260- Microbiology w/lab

Chem 121- Intro to Chemistry w/lab

Psych 200- Lifespan Psychology 

 

UNASSIGNED

PEC 136- Yoga

 

Thank you in Advance.

 

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On 11/27/2022 at 10:09 PM, lurking said:

Hello. I have a meeting with an advisor on December 1st but I still wanted some input from you guys. I've separated my prerequisites by quarter. What do you think? Is there anything you would change? I'm looking for an easy workload. Yes, some of the classes aren't required for the nursing program I'm interested in but I plan on applying to numerous schools and some of them require electives. 

 

Winter 2023

English 101- English composition

Math 146- Intro to statistics

Bio 160- General Biology w/lab

Psych 100- General psychology 

Nutrition 101- Nutrition

 

Spring 2023

Art 101- Design

Span 121- Spanish 1

Soc 101- Intro to sociology

Bio 241- Anatomy & Physiology 1 w/lab

 

Summer 2023

Bio 242- Anatomy & Physiology 2 w/lab

Bio 260- Microbiology w/lab

Chem 121- Intro to Chemistry w/lab

Psych 200- Lifespan Psychology 

 

UNASSIGNED

PEC 136- Yoga

 

Thank you in Advance.

 

Every program varies, but I wouldnt pack my pre reqs with other classes because you need to focus and lay a foundation on your knowledge. If they are looking at your pre reqs GPA, you need to get an A and have the best foot forward. In my program 400 students applied 51 were only taken, so you need to be focused and get better grades on the Pre reqs.