My A&P I class doesn't combine the lab. The lab is a different class. I'm taking A&P I on-line over 6 weeks (I take the lab in the classroom). My first test was last week. It covered 4 chapters. There were only 18 questions on the test! I missed 4 questions! That's a 79%. The rest of my tests will cover 4 chapters each and will only be 18 questions too!
Does anyone else have a class like this where the tests are extreamly short? I hope I'm not setting myself up to fail. It's not that the material is hard, it's just that there's so much to learn to only be given 18 questions!
I really don't want a B. I want an A. I don't mind taking the class over again in order to get an A. I don't have a specific program I want to try to get into. Right now I'm trying to narrow it down.
For the progams you want to get into or have applied to, how do they view classes that you've retaken? In my case, if I get a B then retake the class and get an A, how would your program see this in their decision making process?