I've been trying to figure out my best course of action in regards to the pre-reqs needed to get in to the various nursing programs around here. I don't foresee a BSN as a possibility at this time the more I look at it, given the stringent qualifications to the programs out here in California.I've decided to get my A.S. and will then go for an RN to BSN program down the road. It will most likely take some time to get in to the Associate's program, since all of the community colleges around here run lottery systems with no wait lists.Given that, I'd like to start on the required courses but am wondering specifically what the math is like in Intro to Chemistry.I was never strong in math. I took and passed a Statistics class in 2008 so I could feasibly start Intro to Chem right away this Spring.I don't want to jump in and do poor -- I strive for A's. But given that I see A&P requires both this chemistry course AND college algebra, I don't want to get in over my head.Because of the Statistics course I took, I wouldn't need to take any additional math courses if I didn't want to (the pre-req being algebra) because of my catalog rights at the community college I attend. I guess you could say I want to skirt the math if I can but am worried that I'll end up flunking out.Anyone been in a similar situation?