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:uhoh3:I am curious to know like HOW much of Anatomy & Physiology does a NURSE need to know or does it all just come to you in NURSING school???????????????... Read More

  1. by   %63theend
    I can totally see that. I've started studying for my microbiology course that starts this Thursday (YAY SUMMER CLASSES! LOL) and it has SO much in it that I learned in A&P. It is equal parts Chemistry, A&P, and novel material. I used everything I learned in Chemistry in A&P and now I am going to use everything I learned in Chemistry again PLUS what I learned in A&P to get through this class. It definitely builds.
  2. by   Bellarubia18
    Quote from Robinelli
    Thank you LOL! I didn't mean to come across snarky, I apologize if I did. After I re-read it I thought it may have comr across that way. I really do appreciate the advice

    HAHA thanks for the kind words; after I read your first post to me I reread my post and realized it was overly dramatic and I would have been annoyed if someone wrote it to me, especially if I got an A in the course!!!!!!!(I did not, by the way I was high on life that night since I just found out I passed the NCLEX, and I felt smart all of a sudden lol.
  3. by   SoCaliGirl
    Quote from Robinelli
    I can totally see that. I've started studying for my microbiology course that starts this Thursday (YAY SUMMER CLASSES! LOL) and it has SO much in it that I learned in A&P. It is equal parts Chemistry, A&P, and novel material. I used everything I learned in Chemistry in A&P and now I am going to use everything I learned in Chemistry again PLUS what I learned in A&P to get through this class. It definitely builds.
    As someone else who thinks you know what you're talking about...this post has just inspired me to definitely take all of the science pre-req's separately. I was going to take Chem AND Anatomy this fall, but I think now I should definitely take Chemistry first before diving into Anatomy or Physiology.
  4. by   Sand_Dollar
    SoCaliGirl - Don't worry about taking any sciences together. I did AP 1 and Chem last semester together and got As in both. Summer semester I'm taking Micro and AP 2 and expect to do fine. If they are too dependent upon one another they will be a pre-reqs for your pre-req, lol. For example, in my Patho class you have to have AP 1&2 finished first. I didn't want to stretch out my nursing pre-reqs any longer than I had to.
    Good Luck!!!
  5. by   CrunchyMama
    This thread made me think of a question that I've been wondering about, lol. I just finished A&P2 this semester...I got a "B" in 1 and 2. Is that good? Am I going to stuggle with nursing because I "only" got a Bs? I've just seen someone posters be somewhat upset if they've got a "B" in A&P and I'm frickin thrilled, lol. So to those that got Bs, are you doing ok in nursing school?
  6. by   2bNurse22*
    Quote from CrunchyMama
    This thread made me think of a question that I've been wondering about, lol. I just finished A&P2 this semester...I got a "B" in 1 and 2. Is that good? Am I going to stuggle with nursing because I "only" got a Bs? I've just seen someone posters be somewhat upset if they've got a "B" in A&P and I'm frickin thrilled, lol. So to those that got Bs, are you doing ok in nursing school?

    I am sure for all of us we want an " A " only because we want a high GPA
    to get into the nursing school of are choice. Getting a B is fine now a C
    is like omg try again...but an B is fine. I am taking Anatomy this summer
    and next I will take Physiology or Chemistry , maybe both.lol

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