Quote from tdhuy
wait sorry..what's A&P? anatomy & physiology?
Nursing is based in science. There's a saying, "you don't have to like it, you just have to do it." Nursing school is more pathophysiology (how things work when they don't work right) and pharmacology. However to be good at those two things, you have to have a GOOD understanding of A&P, bio, and chem! So, if you weren't in love with bio, chem, A&P, but understand them well, you'll do OK I think. I love science, but I find pathophys about 10x more entertaining than A&P, and pharm about 100x more interesting than chem. But what do I know?
What I don't understand is the number of nurses who can't do algebra and nursing students who on their last day of nursing research class who ask, "so what is a confidence interval again?"