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what classes would i have to take in high school to become a nurse?

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Karen’s Answer

All of the Sciences except Physics. Math (basic algebra) English ( you have to be able to speak and write well)
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Janie’s Answer

Hi. Good question. I am from Texas and here we have healthcare programs in high school that provides students with the opportunity to shadow different medical professionals. You might want to find out if your school provides any opportunities such as that one. As it comes to regular classes algebra, biology, chemistry will help prepare you for college and to mayor in nursing.
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Richard’s Answer

No required curriculum but consider taking as much science as you can. Also take as many AP classes as you can. AP credit can save you time and money in college.
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Courtland’s Answer

There is no required curriculum in high school for any profession. You goal now is to make sure you graduate high school with the best grades you can get. You will have to attend a college/university after high school to get the training you need. Good luck!

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Hwal’s Answer

Estefany,

It could be helpful to find out from the nursing programs you're interested in applying to which prerequisite classes would be required for application, and start from there. Many nursing programs typically require anatomy and physiology, introductory psychology, statistics, etc. and they vary from school to school, which is why it could save you a lot of time to look at the specific required prerequisite classes for each nursing program.

Good luck!

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