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I wanted to take the two classes at the same time however, the college would not allow it. It is a building block they said you take one then two. But they would allow two and micro at the same time but again they would not suggest doing this. To much information to retain for nursing students anyway. So I would take one at a time to be sure to really learn the material. I also know you can transfer the credit hours but the GPA will not go with it to the other college. So this is one way to keep your GPA up if you find the class may cause your GPA to suffer.:)
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she should admit to her mistakes. a professor being "too hard" is just a lousy excuse.
AP I should be taken again. AP II afterwards. schools design them to be taken in order and so they should be.
i think if she does them at the same time she'll be digging an even deeper hole for herself.
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Schools have prereqs for a reason. There's a reason why you don't take both A&P courses at the same time.
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I don't think there's anything wrong with it. If the instructor said it was okay, then that's that. I know with our school, if there are prerequisites, it also says "...or instructor approval" and I ASSume that's the case here. If the instructor approves it, then I don't see the big deal about it. Perhaps she'll realize that this is serious business and she'll buckle down instead of blowing it off.
At our school, you can take AP I and AP II in any order, so I assume you could also take them concurrently.
I didn't see anywhere in the OP where she *didn't* admit her mistake, or blame it on a "too hard" instructor.
"but she did complain about how the professor was too "hard" on the exams"