Quote from cardenas_a
I heard that transferring to a CC where i can get my ADN is also a good choice as well..
You've still got to pass A&P though, so as a previous poster said - find out why you failed this time.
Did you not gel with the professor? (It happens, and it's ok!) Would you benefit from different study methods? Or maybe more time with the material? For A&P, expect to spend at least 16hrs/week with the material as it's a 4 credit hour class, and you generally have a lab portion too.
I work as an A&P tutor and I stress to all the pre-nursing folks that they need to 'get' this- they need to understand it because if they don't, they're going to have a hard time later.
If you have a hard time with A&P it's not the end of the world; it's passable, but you might have to make some adjustments on your end so that you do pass.
Grab an anatomy coloring book if it'll help you focus, supplement your textbook with youtube videos.
It's sad that you didn't pass, but it's not the end of the world, and it's not the end of your nursing dream.