Oh, this takes me back to last year! I was accepted into my school's program last January for the following fall semester. I really had no idea what to do to prepare, so I mostly went to amusement parks over the summer as well as worked. What I also ended up doing was researching some good study guides for my classes, such as the Straight A's and Made Incredibly Easy series, which have been extremely useful in my current classes, like Patho/Pharm and Med-Surg. If possible, see if there is a Facebook group for your class, and maybe you can go ahead and establish friendships with your classmates. Also, if you are able to do so, try to talk to people in classes ahead of you, so they can fill you in on some of the nitty gritty. That is what I did my first semester, and it helped me a lot as far as what the teachers and courses were like and how hectic the schedule can get. If you are feeling really anxious about it, try to review some of the dosage calculations, but only do the basics. Honestly, the math part is really not all that hard as long as you are able to simplify it. That was the thing that I was scared the most about it but I've scored 100 on my med tests. We are here for you if you need any of us!