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by lynnmarie62 lynnmarie62 (New Member) New Member

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I plan to start the RN program at my Community College this Sept. I took A&P1 with a grade of B in fall of 2002 and A&P2 with a grade of B+ fall of 2003. My college told me that both these courses are within 5 years so I won't need to take them over. I am wondering if I should take either of them over just to review because I'm not sure how much I remember. Do they go over it in nursing classes? I want to do well and I'm worried about whether I remember a lot ot it. Also, I took Clinical Pharmacology in 1997 and got an A-, should I take this course over or will they review a lot in nursing class. Any advice will be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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The pharm class you took is too old, many new meds since then. And it's a part of any nursing program.

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GingerSue has 20 years experience.

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if it's review that you need,

just review textbooks from the library

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bill4745 has 15 years experience and specializes in ICU, ER.

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Review the AP, take pharmacy again.

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Should I take the pharmacology course again or could I use the NCLEX review book or a pharmacology review book. I was told that the pharmacology course is full.

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purple_rose_3 has 6 years experience and specializes in Intensive Care and Cardiology.

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Definately don't need to take A&P again. As for pharm, I would think you would want to take it again. Since it's full, is there a possibility that you could take it online through a different college?

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