Today I almost talked myself out of applying to school in January.
I need to do some pre-reqs because some of my pre-nursing classes from the UK wont transfer(things like anatomy, biology,med terminology) and the idea of taking math scares the heck out of me. I would be starting at the lowest level and working my way up to Algebra/Statistics, I am really kicking myself for dropping math in highschool for subjects I knew I could pass.
I know I can do this job, I was an ER vet tech for 3 years and while totally different from being an RN the stress, 14hr shifts, working out of meds and injections and medical knowledge and use of IV;s I learned there will help me greatly and I was going to throw it all away over a silly math class.
I can do this, I can do this, I can do this. Has anyone else had to start at basic math and still graduated? or is there no hope for me?