Published Jul 12, 2005
So I'm applying for the Bachelor of Science nursing program for 2006. I have just a general high school diploma (Canadian) and things have changed since I graduated in 1995...anyways...so now I have 6 pre-requisites to do before application time in Feb. 2006...argh!!! Biology, Chemistry, English and three other University prep courses (of my choice)! I am a mom and working so I will be doing these through the adult education by correspondence (at home, on my time)....man do I have to get my butt in gear!!!!!!! Need some positive thoughts and many pats on the back....this will be a tough 6 months, but I am determined!!! Feels weird working on high school courses again!!
Thanks for reading my frustrations!
Don't chalk these courses off as high school courses. I'm guessing they are University or College level, meaning they will be more difficult than what you had in high school. Not too mention that you probably now have more responsibilites at home than you did in high school. There is a lot of memorization in the science classes so be prepared. Try to take a hard class cushioned with a couple easier ones. If you try your bio, chem and eng all together it would be very tough. With hard work & lots of studying you will make it! At times you'll get tired and wonder why you put yourself through it, but don't give up. Good Luck!
She's from Canada. These are high shool courses (4U or OAC) albeit hard ones. I went throught the same things.
Your pre reqs in the States are different than ours. We take high school courses then all the things like Pharm, Micro, ANP I and II etc are all part of the actual nursing course. Waaay cheaper this way.
She's from Canada. These are high shool courses (4U or OAC) albeit hard ones. I went throught the same things.Your pre reqs in the States are different than ours. We take high school courses then all the things like Pharm, Micro, ANP I and II etc are all part of the actual nursing course. Waaay cheaper this way. Z
Sounds like a good idea. It may give you a bit of a refresher before getting into A&P, micro etc. Hmm. I learned something new!
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