hopeNstar 846 Views
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Is anyone taking this course as a 9 week course? I did not want to. However, I'm going to have to due to this being the only available time slot they had left.
I was wondering how many hours do you spend studying for an exam (i.e. A&P I, II and Microbiology)? The professor I took last semester for A&P I recommended at least 20 hours for each of her exams. She was this major science guru. She held numerous master degrees and was a physical therapist. She said that this is how many hours she studied for science exams while she was in school. Thanks.
Thanks for the reply. My husbands stationed at Keesler.
I'm new to MS. We just got stationed here this summer. I haven't been able to find information concerning what the current competitive GPA is to get into the ADN program at MGCCC (JD) and/or BSN at USM or William Carey. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Good luck! I just moved from San Antonio. I miss it like crazy. I took my some of my prereqs at SAC and Northwest Vista College.
I am also on board for A&PII this semester.
when does this feeling come easy? just a quick little background on me, i am originally from texas *love my san antonio spurs*. my husband is in the military and we are now stationed in mississippi. i have been a personal injury paralegal for the past 7 years and honestly have been successful and made good money. however, my heart is not in it. i do not feel like i am doing any good for the world. i've always had that feeling that nursing is what i should have done. after i graduated high school i was planning on going to nursing school. however, i ended up going overseas and it didn't happen. i went to paralegal school instead. for the past year i have been going to school part time trying to take the pre-reqs and working a very stressful job that required long hours. this summer we were transferred to mississippi. it was a huge decision to sell my house and give up the security of my job and moving to ms. i'm 27 and at that point now where i know if i don't just do it (try to get into a rn program) i will continue to have that feeling of regret. however, i'm having this nagging feeling i guess maybe that i am being selfish by not working or bringing in an income. i'm also scared of failure. what if i do not get into a rn program? my husband is super supportive and is completely okay w/ me doing this. i am scheduled to start a cna program at the local community college as well as taking a&p ii and trying to register for a couple of more classes. this is a huge plunge for me as i know a lot of you have made. i guess i'm scared of giving up my career and attempting to start a second career. i'm trying to supplement a small portion of my income by becoming a cna, as well as more importantly get clinical experience. i'm just waiting for the feeling of no regrets...not looking back. when did you become completely comfortable with your decision to quit working and/or give up your career. thanks for reading all of this and any comments.
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