I'm having trouble getting into classes even as a sophomore, so this is what I came up with as a psychology major going to occupational therapy school:
Intro to psychological science (focused on writing APA research papers)
Statistics (I'm shockingly bad at math but it's a pre-req)
Spanish II with lab (Spanish minor)
Anatomy and Physiology I with lab (pre-req for OT school)
Medical terminology, (2 credit hours, pre-req)
I feel like it's a lot of memorizing--which I'm good at, but still--plus stuff I'm not used to, so I'm nervous. I hear from other students that A&P is the hardest class you can take. The subject is very interesting but I worry that it, combined with statistics and terminology, will be too much. I can write decent papers but I've never done psychological research papers, so this is worrying me too. This class and Spanish are musts this semester, but the rest I can change up if needed. Thoughts?