Published Jul 6, 2009
OK, so I am almost done with all my pre-reqs and classes needed to get my BSN at Hampton University(minus the nursing part). I have 3 big hurdles to achieve before I can start my nursing program.....THESE are.... A&P 1 & 2, BIO 1 and 2, Micro and Pre-Cal 2. I have registered this fall for AP1 and Pre-Cal2. My goal is to start nursing school next fall (2010). My question i guess would be...... Would it be TOO much to do A/P 1, Bio 1 and Pre-cal 2 in the same semester??? The last 2 semesters i have been taking 12 credit hours each and have finished each with a 4.0. I work full time as a paramedic, but do not have any children. I really want to get all this science over with so i can start school. What do you guys think???? My plan would be AP 1, Bio 1 and Pre-cal 2 this fall, then AP2 and Bio 2 this spring, then Micro in the summer, then start nursing in the fall. would it be too much bio at once???
It depends on your time management skills, honestly. If you have AMAZING time management skills and can fit everything into a schedule, go for it! If you don't...well, it might be beneficial to spread things out a little bit just for your sanity's sake.
Just one thing I wanted to point out - does your school allow you to apply for the Nursing School without having your prerequisites done? Make sure to look into how the applications are done.
If you already have, I apologize. xD I just have to have all my pre-reqs done before even applying at my school.
CrunchyMama, ASN, RN
Everybody's different. If it were me....I wouldn't. For 1, my school requires biology before starting A&P and for 2, having gone through A&P 1 and 2...take the easiest classes with these. They're very hard classes and require a lot of time! I'm not sure how college biology is because I took biology in high school and didn't have to take it in college. But...biology isn't easy and neither is any math class IMO....yuck, I hate math, lol! Anyway.... it just depends on if YOU think you can handle it all. If so, then good luck to you!!!
I took Microbiology, Physiology, and Statistics all in the same semester and got all A's. However, I was only working 10 hours a week which helped out alot. If I was working anything more than that, there's no way I would have made it through. Like you, I just wanted to get all my pre-reqs done so I could apply to nursing school asap. It's doable but it may be a slightly painful semester haha. I can laugh about it now that it's over
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