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MCC A&P Course


I'm new to the boards and I'll give you some background about me. I'm currently a pre-nursing student at Macomb Community College. I'm looking to become a Forensic Nurse and have already got 8 credit hours of training in it. I had taken a seminar at the MCC Criminal Justice Training Center back in August of 2008. I will be taking Anatomy & Physiology in the Fall, as it's one of my last pre-req to take, outside of Ethics. I decided that it would be best to take this course alone. I'm looking to get into the nursing program of 2010. I know the requirements have changed, as they are basing your GPA off of three classes: A&P, Microbiology and English. Also, they are adding A&P to the HESI admissions test. I have the HESI study guide, so I definitely will be pre-paring for it early. I have A's in both Micro and English, so I'm hoping to get the same in A&P.

For those who took A&P at Macomb, what tips would you give? Studying tips?

Edited by ForensicMI

We are not supposed to post names on this board because of the terms of service (or something like that). Also, generally it isn't a good idea, even if we are saying nice things, because someone might decide to highly NOT recommend a teacher and then things can get very messy. I would trust the ratemyprofessor ratings... they are pretty much on track.

By the way, welcome to the boards! :)


I wish you good luck in A&P. It's a lot of material crammed into one semester and I don't blame you for wanting to find the best instructor.

I'm currently 1/2 way through the nursing program @ MCC and I too am looking into Forensic Nursing as a possible career path. We just had a really interesting lecture during our past block of classes from a pair of Macomb County Forensic Nurse Examiners and it was fascinating to me. It takes a certain kind of person to be able to do that kind of nursing, and I suppose that having an interest in it is a good start.

FLASH CARDS and practice exams online, their are tons and they are really helpful. I aced A&P at MCC but it took a lot of work.

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