It has been the hardest semester as of yet. I am doing really well in my Anatomy classes and in my Physiology lab, but I have a solid C in my physiology lecture. So, I will be retaking it next semester. Luckily, even with that C, I can apply for the nursing program this fall.... As long as I re-take an old psychology class over the summer. Which stinks, because I wasn't going to take anything over the summer. That's alright, though. It will all be worth it someday.
Today I registered for fall semester. Of course, I registered for way too much but only so I can drop the ones I decide I don't want. I would rather add too much now and be able to get into all the classes I want to.
Here is the rundown for Fall Semester:
For sure I will be taking:
- Physiology (luckily, I won't have to take the lab again)
- Business Statistics
- Medical Terminology
The ones I am thinking about:
- Trigonometry (if I don't get into the nursing program I will need this for a Biology degree)
- Human Development
I know there is light at the end of this very long tunnel, but it would sure be nice to see it! I really do enjoy being in school and learning (I was never very good at it as a kid). It just feels like it is taking a really long time to get to where I am going. If I get into the nursing program, I will see major light. Getting in will mean I will have three semesters left. IF I don't get in (which is a bigger chance than getting in is), I will have something like three years left! Sigh.
Slowly, but surely, I am going to get SOMEWHERE!