hello! i have a big decision to make and wanted some input from other per-nursing students who have maybe been in this place.
so i am a pre-nursing student as of right now. i want to take a cna course because i think that it would be good to start off as a cna and so i could work as a cna to get health care experience.
i applied for the oct program and was told that i applied to late that i would not be able to get in. so i took math, eng and a&p 1. well i got a call today saying that i was accepted! great new for me but my only problem is that i take my a&p class on sat when i would be in clincles. i was thinking about trying to see if i could get moved into another class which would be 4 days a week. if not i would have to withdraw and have wasted $800(class cost and books)! i don't know what to do me really want to become a cna. today i went out and got all of my shots done (which is very expensive!). i don't know what to do.
a little about me. i have two young boys one in school all day and one about to start school half a day, dont work and have a very helpfull husband and mother.
so i guess my question is do you think that taking that many class is way to much and i should drop withdraw from a&p and just take my loss.
is taking a&p, math,eng and the cna course to much?
and is the cna class very hard?