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I'm so not an artist...

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I'm only in my pre-requisites right now, but in both of my anatomy and physiology classes I have had to draw a lot of different slides of things. I am terrible at drawing, so I hate doing this because, honestly, it's embarrassing to me for my instructor to see my pitiful drawing skills. To me, it seems like drawing doesn't help me much anyways because I can never get my drawings to even look much like what I actually see on the slides. Is drawing something that you have to do a lot of once you start the actual nursing program, or is this just an a&p thing?

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WanderingWilder is a ASN and specializes in Med-Surg.

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A and P thing...I wouldn't worry about your drawing skills I'm sure your not the worst the instructor has ever seen.

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Buyer beware has 40 years experience as a BSN and specializes in GENERAL.

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Seriously. Stay with the spore cluster hyphae.

They look like stick figures and circles anyway.

She'll think you're Michangelo and you'll ace the course.

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UnicornMagic has <1 years experience and specializes in Telemetry.

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The only thing you will be drawing in nursing school is medication, and that will be with a syringe :)

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