Anatomy and Spanish I

  1. I signed up for Anatomy II and Spanish I for the fall semester.

    What is your opinion on these two classes together? I have to have a computer class also. Would you just keep the computer and Anatomy and drop the Spanish? I am afraid that Anatomy will take alot of my time up and not be able to concentrate on it like I should.
    Can I have some opinions on this?
    Thanks Hissy
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  2. 5 Comments

  3. by   AmyLiz
    I guess it depends. If languages come easy to you like they do me, it may not be too much of a problem. But if you have a hard time learning all the vocabulary & grammar...it will probaby be kinda difficult. It's doable, though. You'll just have to make time to study for both.

    You may want to post this in the student nurse forum here, you might get a bigger response.

    Good luck!
  4. by   P_RN
    Are you paying by the hour, the class or by the semester (all the classes you want for 1 price)?

    I found sciences and languages to be easy so I could take several courses there at the same time. Computers/math/logic whoa one at a time please!
  5. by   HISSYTHECAT
    I am having to pay by the credit hour. It is four credit hours for spanish at 64.00
  6. by   dianah
    Yup, how are you w/learning new languages (translate: how painful will this class be)?? And, will the Spanish lessons come in handy (be practical)? Do you live in an area where you'll use it a lot, or need to use it at work? Or does all that even matter: do you just need some easy credits (haha)? Good luck deciding!
  7. by   Rustyhammer
    Spanish is a piece of cake.
    Go for it!
    -R

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