one semester? FAIL!
October 31, 2008 10:09 AM Subscribe
Is it humanly possible to take A+P II (3 credits, 4 with the lab), Introduction to Chem (4 credits), Microbiology (5 credits), and Nutrition (4 credits), for a possible total of 16 or 17 credits, all in one semester?
posted by sully75 to education (18 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
A few months ago at the very last minute I decided to take a stab at nursing school. To put my feet in the water, I registered for a few prereqs. Soon after I decided I wanted to do it, but it was too late to add more classes.
I'm applying for a program that starts next May. I'm currently taking A+P I and Stats, leaving another 17 credits worth of prereqs to go. I'm not sure, is that even possible to do in one semester? It seems obvious that I would not be able to work much during that time, but is that even doable? I'm filling out the application now and wondering if it's even worth sending it in. I'm doing great in the classes I'm taking (A+ average or something like that so far). Just wondering if I can more than double my course load next semester and pull it off?