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flysbyemerald08 specializes in Former CNA &PCT.

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I took mine in the classroom and it was great- very interesting and kept me busy! It was also a reinforcement for what I had learned in my A&P II and General Chemistry courses as we covered a little chemical structure, organic chemistry, and calculations. Not a whole lot of chem but my instructor knew just how much and in what way the material would be easy to understand as some of the students had not taken any chemistry. We also covered the digestive system and biology (cellular metabolism-citric acid cycle). Having taken the Gen Chem and A&P courses she'd pick on me quite a bit :clown: From my POV I saw this course as a reinforcement and having dipped my feet into the other sciences it was easier to grasp the material (which is a good reason to take as many sciences as you can!). This led to some "OOOHHH" and deja-vu as I remembered a lot of the concepts from the other science courses.

I think it's doable if you have good time management skills and are dedicated. I also think that this is a temporary situation that will pay off! My class was 15 weeks long and I can say that I am glad that I took that course :nurse:

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nutrition was a piece of cake (pun intended) Seriously, just remember for wound healing vitamin C and protein.

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