Imagine getting through A&P the first time! I know you have heard the horror stories, but it doesn't have to be that way.
Course starts on January 17th
Successful A&P Students have common characteristics: study skills, time management skills, and background knowledge to be successful. This course focuses on building the background knowledge for a strong foundation in A&P.
Stop Worrying and Get Ready for A&P!
Course Access Starts January 17.
Introducing the A&P Foundation Sessions: A 6 module program to get you where you need to be before you take A&P. Designed to provide an overview of the topics that are most troublesome for A&P students and help fill in the gaps. The course is offered as a live course with 6 modules over 12 weeks or as a self-paced course. This course is suitable as a supplement or a homeschool science course (Please see FAQs for more details).
I have over 10 years experience teaching A&P at the college level. This course was born from the frustration of seeing good students waste time, money, or even worse give up on their dreams. In my experience, there is a huge gap between the typical high school biology student and what is required in A&P. This course is designed to fill that gap.
At my local community college, the price of one semester of A&P is almost $700 without including books.
Students often retake this course over and over to get a better grade.
For less than 10% of your investment in A&PI and A&PII, you can build that background to take the course and be successful the first time.
That protects your wallet and your GPA.
I can't guarantee you that this course will make you an A student in A&P, but if you take this course seriously then it will improve your experience in A&P.
During the live course, you will have a coaching call over each module and access to me via email and the discussion board. It is almost like having a tutor available.
This course access continues, so you will have access to the course if you get stuck. You will also have access to an alumni group for extra support.