Thursday, November 6, 2008

something to be thankful for


In the spirit of Thanksgiving I am going to post about something I am thankful for everyday, time and spirit willing! It will be known as "STBTF" tomorrow and in future days.

Today I am thankful for the credits my school has transferred in, hence my not needing to take the required PE class or the required how-to-be-a-college-student class. They pulled two credits from my military career, and after searching a little I think it's based on military basic training/boot camp. Um, I went through basic training in 1989, but who's complaining!? I only needed one credit for that. They also awarded me the one credit from my university level how-to-be-a-college-student class! I also noticed they gave me 28 credits from my psych degree. Don't know how that all fits into the ball game. Need to research that one!

That would all be equivalent to time, money and energy. Thank you to the powers that be. Now I'm only hoping they also transfer my 5 A&P credits and am still awaiting that decision.

1 comment:

Drofen said...

I earned a BS in Human Anatomy concurrently with my Doctorate of Chiropractic. I also have a BS in Biology from the school where I'm attending nursing school.

Yet here I sit in the 2nd half of A&P. I've have 8 credit hrs of systemic anatomy, 12 hrs of gross anatomy (yes with cadavers), 16 hrs of neuroanatomy. It hardly seems fair come test time. I scored a 116% on our first test...so silly.