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I got a D on my math 125 class

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What should I do? I'm totally worried right now! Math 125 is pre-requisite for nursing, right? do I have to retake it? I got a C on math 115. I'm pretty terrible at math. I'm not just good at it since young. Is there any hope that I can get in to the nursing program in any community colleges? Can anyone give me an advice?

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You need to speak with your academic advisor. Math 115 or math 125 means nothing to the world at large as each school could have a different course.

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She said, I need to take Math 125 and Statistics. I need to at least get a C and up. What should I do If I got a D which is very low? should I retake it?

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For most schools, you usually have to get at least a "C" in order to go onto the next class. This would more than likely mean you're going to have to retake the class you got a "D" in if it's prerequisite for the next one.

A good majority of community colleges allow you to retake a class in which you get a "D or F" grade and they'll substitute it with the new grade -- which will hopefully be a better one that you'll get the second time around. What happens is, they recalculate your GPA so the bad grade doesn't count in your GPA calculation. The only bad thing is, the "D or F" will still be visible on your transcript, but they put a notation in there that you retook it and that it's not counted against the GPA.

Check into this to make sure this is the case at your school. Your school counselors will have this type of information.

I also highly suggest that any type of school grades, issues, or prerequisite problems you may encounter going forward you go see the school counselor for help. That's what they're there for. They want people to succeed and graduate!

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