Quote from DAMomma
Okay, I would not say easy, but not to overly stressful and hard. I mean I had ALOT of memorization and understanding concepts, but it was not as hard as let’s say, micro. Micro was horribly hard for me .
A friend of mine had a test in A & P this past week. They tested on cell respiration, the Krebs cycle, integmentary (sp?) system, AND the bones…..In my opinion, it seems like her test was all over the place, maybe that is why is hard for her. Another thing, my A & P class was broken down into I and II (15 weeks each) Her class is A & P I and II mushed into 15 weeks.
What are your thoughts?
A&P 1 was horribly hard...two students were left to take the final at the end of the semester, I made the A.
Micro....lecture was easier than A&P lecture but the lab was verrrrry hard, luckily I had a good teacher.
I am now in A&P2 and once again... it is HARD. Labtest was fairly easy but the lecture is much tougher.
I believe that the two A&P teachers that I am dealing with at my school are "weedout" teachers who will also put a # of BS questions on the test that don't matter how much you study you may still get them wrong.
It seems like they are playing games that I don't feel I am up to. But once again it may be because they are weeding people out. Only few people get A's in these classes....many are in for repeat or downright fail....averages on the first tests are always frighteningly low, like in the 60's.
To sum it up A&P was harder for me.