Great idea on getting a jumpstart on preparing for your RN program. Definitely review your AP stuff. I did and I think that made a difference.
Some folks have already posted this stuff but here is what I am reviewing before school starts back:
Memorizing the mechanism of action of the major drug classes (vasodilators, alpha and beta blockers, ACE inhibitors, CCBs, etc.) Don't fall behind on this. Otherwise it will be DRUG INFO OVERLOAD I tell you.
Fluid electrolytes imbalances (know the normal ranges for your basic lab values, hematocrit, BUN, Creatine, K, NA, CA, etc.).
Nursing drug calculations (I actually got a really good understanding once I was able to apply it in my clinical setting (it made more sense to me, guess).
Manual B/P (those darn Kortokoff sounds!!!).
PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE---that's what has been getting me through some of the concepts that have been harder for me to grasp.
Good luck to ya!