Hi, I am Holli 25 years old and a mother to a 6-year-old daughter. I got my GED earlier this year (after years of procrastinating and scared to fail) After getting my GED I immediately applied for the college in my town. I am doing all the basics and prereqs. I'm going for their associate RN program (they don't have a bachelor) I plan on working as a nurse and then going back to get the bachelors. Right now I am taking Lifespan Psychology, English Composition, U.S History, Introduction to health professions, and a developmental math class (the only developmental class I need) My goal is to take as many classes as I can to make this go quick so I can apply to the nursing program. What classes would you recommend taking with A&P1? I plan on taking that next semester. My advisor is the teacher of that class so she really wants me to pick it first. Right now I'm making all A's and B's. Trying really hard to get my GPA up and stay up so I will have better chances of getting into the program. I'm not working so I have the time to do quite a bit of classes but just don't want to put too much on my plate to where I end up drowning and grades go down. I would love any tips, advice, for a first-time college student and as a pre-nursing student. I know it will be hard but it is literally all I see myself doing. Thank you.