How did you get A’s in your science classes?
Im very good with english, psychology, history, etc.
Math and science have never been my strong suit even though I do find science interesting.
I feel like with a lot of studying and hard work I can pull off an A in college algebra so that’s the only one I’m not too worried about.
The pre reqs I’m scared of are molecular/cell biology, A&P, chem, and microbiology.
so pretty much all the science classes. I’m also scared of statistics.
My current situation is... I have a 4 month old baby. I am not working right now but looking to work part time by fall semester. My husband and I will be sharing care-taking responsibility of our son but I see him still being in majority of my care even with going to school and working part time. We have no family in state to help us.
In order to have all my pre reqs done to apply for a fall 2021 program I need to take atleast 2 classes every term (with 3 “easy” classes 2 terms) We have a quarter system in my city. I read online and a girl suggested taking A&P alone. I’m not opposed to that but that would push me to apply Fall 2022.
Our schools are extremely competitive (aren’t they all) and give extra points for being certified as CNA and having work experience which is what I plan to do part time.
so straight A students what are your study tips? What do you recommend? Should I take all A&P courses solo? I have a sequence of 3 that are 4 credits each.