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New Athens Tech pre-nursing student

dminto dminto (New) New

I started my pre-reqs on Monday and I am scared out of my mind as to what to expect. I will be taking A&P I, Psyc, English 1101. Doesn't seem like much but I want to ensure that i get an A in every single class.....my biggest fear is A&P, I have heard horror stories....any advice?

Don't freak out. It is hard but you will do ok if you keep up and read EVERYTHING in the book. A&P is difficult and I really recommend taking the a&p1 alone. I got accepted for this fall i had a 3.4 GPA and a perfect NLN score. Good luck. And I recommend ********* for Micro. She is amazing.

Edited by tnbutterfly

******* for a&p all the way. Recommendations.....Study, study, and study some more.

I was accepted for this fall with a 3.9 with 97 on the NLN.

Dont worry, you can do it.

Edited by tnbutterfly

tnbutterfly - Mary, BSN, RN

Specializes in Peds, Med-Surg, Disaster Nsg, Parish Nsg.

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