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Nursing prerequisites are challenging to many candidates of nursing schools. An understanding of molecular and cell biology, as well as chemistry, are only some of the requirements. At the same time, this knowledge lays the foundation of every nurse’s future career.
Adam Le Gresley, Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmacy and Chemistry at Kingston University London, Kevin Ahern, professor of biochemistry and biophysics at Oregon State University, Georgina Cornwall from Colorado Mountain College in Aspen, Vincent Racaniello, Higgins Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at Columbia University, and Tarry Ahuja from Carleton University combine their experience and knowledge to provide the nurses of tomorrow with the basic equipment for their further studies. At Lecturio, you will learn prerequisite topics at your own pace!
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Clear and concise! It linked to my knowledge of addiction and reinforced my understanding. I particularly enjoyed the breakdown of addiction into physical and psychological dependence. - Adewale
Great explanation with great examples . Knowledgeable in subject matter , content up to date. - Melvin
Excellent didactic presentation
Excellent, clear, interesting and informative presentation which facilitates comprehension and memory of essential material. - Barbara
'Biochemistry Basics' a wonderful presentation of the basics of Biochem!!
Thank you so much for the opportunity to relearn most of the important and key concepts related to this cornerstone foundation to Medicine & Life Sciences! Wish I had this tool in my undergrad days!! - Ian
Informative and helpful
This lecture series is quite informative and helpful. The instructor is good at breaking down complicated psychology and sociology concepts, especially for those of us with limited neurological sciences, psychology, and sociology background. He is animated and very well informed and good at explaining the concepts and practical applications in clinical and research settings.
Lecturio is well designed and recommendable to the global student community
The content but also the Professor Vincent Racaniello, he is convincing, spacing and detailing what is needed to be captured. - Habimana
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General Requirements is a solid background in biological sciences. Typically, this includes at least some exposure to Anatomy and Physiology (two levels), and most often, a course in Microbiology. Other relevant courses, which may not be required but help you prepare for nursing school include psychology, chemistry, sociology, and algebra and/or statistics.
At several colleges it is possible to start nursing school without any prerequisites. Freshmen usually only need a high school diploma or GED. Students are usually strongly advised to take some, if not all, general education courses before they begin.
The answer depends on your previous educational background. Most students complete the requirements in about two years. Those who have already taken courses in high school may meet the prerequisites even sooner.
It is a matter of opinion whether nursing prerequisites are hard. For most, the hardest part is allowing enough time to study. You also need a lot of motivation and the time factor plays a big role. So take enough time for the prerequisites and you will complete them successfully.
Prerequisites for nursing school usually consist of general education and science courses taken in high school. The prerequisites vary by institution and degree level so you should always check the school’s website for up-to-date admission eligibility.
Here are the most common nursing school prerequisites:
Lecturio’s educators conveys you an understanding of molecular and cell biology, as well as chemistry or anatomy. In addition to watching our high-quality video lectures, you can practice on quiz questions and download study materials. Learning is simplified with predefined study guides and learning paths tailored to you.
At Lecturio, you will learn prerequisite topics at your own pace:
Over 900 videos and about 2700 quiz questions are included in Lecturio’s Nursing Prerequisites course.
by Cedric G. on 2022-05-11 for Lower Limb Anatomy
the lecture is very informative but it's really hard to understand. The lectures aren't very interactive.
by Babatunde A. on 2022-05-09 for Biochemistry: Basics
Nice delivery but as much as Dr tries to break it down,it looks a bit abstract. Perhaps some mneumonic would help
by Lerato N M. on 2022-05-03 for Upper Limb Anatomy
The different parts and compartments being broken down into separate short videos makes learning an awful lot better
by Leocadia N. on 2022-05-03 for Microbiology: Introduction
I love it that I get a clearer view of the topic. The lecture is straightforward. Yes, I would recommend to others
by Leocadia N. on 2022-05-03 for Abdomen
Information is precise and concise. But probably imagine from another angle could be used
by Syed Wajahat Hussain S. on 2022-04-27 for Blood Supply – Arterial Supply to the GI Tract
too fast. brief with no details or better pictures. Poor clarification of individual arteries and revision to supply
by Miracle R. on 2022-04-25 for Abdominal Wall
It was really helpful. I have been struggling to understand even when my lecturers thought the topic but Craig Canby made it easy. Thank you lecturio.
by Muhammed F. on 2022-04-18 for Overview of the Limbic System: Functions, Structures and Components
Excellent info, covers all area which is required. I have learned the much.
by Miracle R. on 2022-04-18 for Upper Limb Anatomy
It really brings Upperlimb to me in detail and makes anatomy real.
by Mirela P. on 2022-04-16 for Ionic Chemistry
Dr. Adam Le Gresley is explaining perfect! Thank you very much!!!
by Mirela P. on 2021-12-09 for Abdomen
Very good info & structure. Very Helpful for my Anatomy seminar. Dr. James Pickering is awesome! Thank you very much!!!
by Andrés Felipe P. on 2022-04-14 for Cell Cycle and Cell Division
I understood very well the topics. I learned things I didn't before in school
by Neuer N. on 2022-04-14 for Equilibrium – Acid-Base Reactions
There's some good information in here, but it definitely cannot be taught by itself and will need supplemental textbooks to fill in some of the details.
by Laura R. on 2022-04-10 for Head and Neck Anatomy
I like it because its very useful to review specific contents, and is divided in a very good way
by Christophe E. on 2022-04-06 for Biochemistry: Basics
Professor Kevin make it enjoyable course; It helped not only in remembering many info that I forgot in the class, but also I did learn many new valuable information. The fact that the explanation provided by Dr. Kevin is so easy to understand and memorize, make this course very interesting.
by Chigozie A. on 2022-04-06 for Biochemistry: Basics
I am a biochemistry student, the videos on lecturio have been so amazing. The lectures are superb. The language is easily understood and in a very friendly way. The concepts are been discussed fully and appropriately. It has made me to understand biochemistry more.
by Tolulope A. on 2022-04-05 for Pelvis
Clear concept and amazing stuff from you Dr James Pickering.
by Tolulope A. on 2022-04-05 for Upper Limb Anatomy
I could relate easily with the delivery of Dr James Pickering.
by Rafael M. on 2022-03-29 for Arterial Supply of the Brain: Circle of Willis – Carotid and Subclavian Arteries
The circle of Willis was not explained. The video basically just says the vertebral arteries and internal carotids give rise to the circle of Willis. What about all the other branches?
by Neuer N. on 2022-03-27 for Structure of the Bony Orbit
Very nice explanation but please include more assessment. Besides objective questions, include subjective questions and give answers and ask the individual to self evaluate! A very helpful and intuitive way i think. Please implement at the earliest
by Alrick C. on 2022-03-25 for Individual Influences on Behavior
I like it. The information or definition are great. However, an example of the definition would be great to get a clearer understanding. Overall it’s excellent
by Liviu I. on 2022-03-24 for Biochemistry: Basics
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by Tasneem B. on 2022-03-23 for Bacteria Exchange DNA – Bacteria
Super simple and short! Great introduction to bacteriology and covers the major points.
by MOHAMMED A. on 2022-03-23 for Abdominal Wall
I highly recommend this course. Great lecturers and course designers
by Varshaa J. on 2022-03-22 for Boundaries of the Inguinal Canal – Inguinal Region
love sirs method of teaching , the 3D model really helps me better understand the concept
by Annette W. on 2022-03-18 for Microbiology: Introduction
I am updating my knowledge base in microbiology as I dive into teaching the course on a more regular basis than before. The information presented in these videos is concise, delivered well by Dr. Racaniello, and given in small chunks that make it easy to stop and come back at a later time.
by Antonio M. on 2022-03-15 for Chemistry: Introduction
I do not like the theme so much but the professour could be more engaging
by Shishona J. on 2022-03-13 for Attitude and Behavior Change
Dr. Ahuja has a great pace and explains things well by using real life examples and simple concepts and throws in humor as well!
by Mohamed K. on 2022-03-05 for Cellular Structure
Thank you so much It was great I enjoyed watching these videos
by عوض محمد عبدالرحمن ا. on 2022-03-02 for Globular Structural Proteins – Protein Movement and Cell Signaling
just got the structure formation of a f actin support epithelial
by Raza khan A. on 2022-03-01 for Abdomen
As a Gastroenterologist I always work hard to go deep in my knowledge and learn the new meterials. I like the way of your evolution and discription, made me convice to give you 100 marks.
by Mwongera M. on 2022-02-28 for Understanding Social Structure
Please ask the instructor to do a video on research methodology. This topic is commonly tested by MCAT.
by Lucila N. on 2022-02-23 for Pelvis
Se entiende la información pero no me termina de gustar como se explica, me gusta que relaciones con conceptos con otras cosas para poder entender porque algo funciona de tal o de cual manera que den ejemplos.
by Marcos M. on 2022-02-22 for Cellular Structure: Introduction
Very good teaching. Very good images and very good explanation.
by Tolulope A. on 2022-02-21 for Cerebral Cortex
Very nice presentation of the concept with such efficient & proficient delivery
by Tolulope A. on 2022-02-21 for Head and Neck Anatomy
Wow!...great stuff Nice mnemonic you have got for us sir.
by Tolulope A. on 2022-02-21 for Abdomen
Its amazing to see this topic delivered in such a lucid manner
by Tolulope A. on 2022-02-21 for Abdominal Wall
It's amazing to see this topic proficiently delivered in such a lucid manner
by Kharieza C. on 2022-02-19 for Biochemistry: Basics
I like how Dr. Kevin discussed all the topics, simple and easy to understand.
by Naomi J. on 2022-02-15 for Lower Limb Anatomy
An educative and insightful lecture for all students and professionals in the medical-related field.
by Mohamed K. on 2022-02-11 for Chemistry: Introduction
He is simple, great, and easy to follow from one topic to another
by Miguel Angel C. on 2022-02-04 for Head and Neck Anatomy
Me ha gustado mucho la síntesis del tema y como lo ha explicado. Gracias
by Dominion T. on 2022-02-04 for Upper Limb Anatomy
The course was concise. However, it cut across every area of the respective lessons taught. It was informative and saved from spending lots of hours going through my study materials provided in class. I really enjoyed it and thus, will recommend it to all.
by Marlene I. on 2022-01-29 for Microbiology: Introduction
Makes the tough subject easier to understand . This app has shown very beneficial. I think I will buy the year subscription after my 3 months are up
by JOHN M. on 2022-01-23 for Cellular Structure
Simplified and we'll explained. The teacher knows her topics well and explains in a simple way for all to understand.
by dilara S. on 2022-01-22 for Ascending Pathways: Anterolateral System/Spinothalamic Tract
super clear, thank you very much. especially the graphics are pretty good, very explaining. lecturer explains well too.
by Leslie S. on 2022-01-22 for Involved Proteins – Protein Movement and Cell Signaling
The lecture breaks it down so simple that it’s easier to understand. There’s still more factors that I’m sure they’ll be discussed in other lectures but it’s perfect to help to create a strong foundation in your knowledge
by paola B. on 2022-01-21 for Thoracic Viscera
Very good and practical videos ,learn a lot about it
by dilara S. on 2022-01-19 for Descending Pathways: Corticospinal Tracts
This was very helpful, pretty neat and clear explanation. Thank you very much.
by Aderonke I. on 2022-01-18 for Spinal Cord
Love Lecturio! The teaching and pictures are awesome! Thank you!
by Lyndon T. on 2022-01-14 for Microbiology: Introduction
Excellent content, well delivered. Great review for me since it has been over a year since I took microbiology.
by Mishal W. on 2022-01-12 for Biochemistry: Basics
Great Visualization and the elaborative method of teaching is right according to my mind.
by Ruth W. on 2022-01-10 for Microbiology: Introduction
Microbiology is a founding block of all things medical. Professor Racaniello made not so easily pronounceable words sound so easy. His pace and style being so pleasant, he made it attractive for me to sit and focus start to end. I look forward to more of his lectures.
by Theresa S. on 2022-01-10 for Microbiology: Introduction
They are chunked in small amounts and presented very clearly. The visuals are excellent and the professor’s pace is terrific.
by robin B. on 2022-01-09 for Chambers and Great Vessels – Heart (Cor)
THANKS FOR EXPLAINING EVERYTHING PROPERLY I AM REALLY AMAZED BY THE WAY YOU MAKE IT EASIER TO UNDERSTAND
by Danae J. on 2022-01-07 for Kidneys: Renal Capsule – Kidneys and Suprarenal Glands
great labelled kidney in colors. easy to study and accurate
by Quang Linh V. on 2022-01-06 for Upper Limb Anatomy
The course helps me to refresh the important points to apply in physical examination
by Mirela P. on 2022-01-04 for Upper Limb Anatomy
Dr. Pickering is a treasure! :) He is explaining very, very well! ???? Thanks to him Osteology is easier now! Hope to get a good grade at my Anatomy exam ;) Thank you!!!
by Daniel O. on 2022-01-04 for Upper Limb Anatomy
The lectures, videos and notes made the study of upped limb easy
by Sayid W. on 2022-01-04 for External Ear
The sound quality is not good at some points in this video! please fix this issue...
by Babajide K. on 2022-01-04 for Lower Limb Anatomy
The lectures were delivered in a very concise way with much clarity and simplicity and are also very engaging. Complex lectures were made to look simple and easy to understand. I will recommend it to colleagues in my workplace.
by Jamshed B. on 2022-01-04 for Cellular Structure
very clear , and natural. High yield, very in depth. Great knowledge gained
by Jamshed B. on 2022-01-04 for Biochemistry: Basics
brief , clear, high yield, relaxed, in depth lectures. With a question and answer section at the end of every lecture. I'm loving it
by Alrick C. on 2021-12-30 for Upper Limb Anatomy
The material is precise and concise with clear imaging. The lecturer also have a clear voice
by Aniqah J. on 2021-12-29 for Organic Chemistry
I like this course because it is very concise and the videos are broken down into small manageable chunks. I also like how I can make quality notes from the video. I feel like I have learnt a lot from them and have found them really beneficial. The only criticism I would have is that I would like for some concepts to be made a little bit clearer as feel like I am not completely understand everything. However, that could just be because I'm a college student trying to learn uni-level stuff! I really like the questions afterwards but I think it would be even better if there was an explanation as to why that is the correct answer.
by Mirela P. on 2021-12-28 for Kidneys and Suprarenal Glands: Conclusion
Thank you, Dr. Pickering, for this awesome playlist! It is very helpful for my Anatomy exam.
by loujaine C. on 2021-12-27 for Kidneys and Suprarenal Glands: Conclusion
sometimes we need more details, yeah it's good to keep things summarised but somethings we need to be a little bit deeper
by Mirela P. on 2021-12-26 for Lower Limb Anatomy
Dr. Pickering is a very good speaker and the structure of the course is very good! Congratulations!!!
by Mirela P. on 2021-12-26 for Chemistry: Introduction
A very simple way to introduce Chemistry and understand basic principles. Very good speaker & structure of the course! Congratulations!!!
by Chris L. on 2021-12-26 for Language of Chromosomes – Mitosis
FINALLY! I get replicated homologous chromosomes! Professor Cornwall cleared up a haze I had about this point for years in 3 seconds. I don't understand why there are not more people who emphasis the difference between homologous and replicated homologous chromosomes. Thank you Professor Cornwall.
by Versha K. on 2021-12-24 for Medial Thigh Muscles – Anterior and Medial Thigh
I really like this lecture very much and I have a learnt a great deal from this.
by S C. on 2021-12-22 for Hearing Tests: Rinne Test and Weber Test
great lecture. I dont see why it is not highly rated. Thanks you
by Neo M. on 2021-12-20 for Ionic Chemistry
Wonderful lessons, knowledgeable lecturer, however ample detail is left to be desired.
by Neo M. on 2021-12-20 for Organic Chemistry
The lectures are difficult to understand due to pace and lack of subject detail
by Ukeme U. on 2021-12-17 for Pelvis
Generally I love Lecturio, so I’ll definitely extend my membership. The video was good and straight to the point but not as conceptual and easy to commit to memory. Maybe a few mnemonic could be incorporated into videos to help with easy retention
by Musiime F. on 2021-12-14 for Biochemistry: Basics
Dr Kevin explains the concepts slowly and with emphasis. He also includes the physiological aspects, making biochemistry sound more biological rather than chemical
by Robinson P. on 2021-12-13 for Ionization – Amino Acids
I loved this lecture ´cause dr ahern was so clear and it really helped me understand this topic.
by Robin C. on 2021-12-13 for Hearing Tests: Rinne Test and Weber Test
I don't think he teaches in a way to grab students' attention. Long and dull.
by Deborah O. on 2021-12-08 for Pelvis
It was very clear, engaging and straight to the point.
by Iman A. on 2021-12-04 for Biochemistry: Basics
The professor teaches very well, and difficult concepts are taught in a clear, concise manner.
by Rabail R. on 2021-12-03 for Biochemistry: Basics
Basics of this course can be explained in a very detailed manner
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by Olha T. on 2021-11-27 for 12 Cranial Nerves and Their Functions
Thank You! Very helpful and useful. Simplified way of explaining a complicated topic
by MATOVU I. on 2021-11-18 for Upper Limb Anatomy
Because you are nice and make me understand the topic and pursue my course
by Darrell W. on 2021-11-16 for Structures and Intrinsic Connections of the Basal Ganglia
I'm just curious whether this professor recites what he is reading and points out what's on the diagrams.
by Ahmad A.majid H. on 2021-11-15 for Biochemistry: Basics
The lecture was simple understandable and Clear , it gives a broad explanation about the fundamentals of biochemistry
by Neuer N. on 2021-11-11 for Upper Limb Anatomy
It's really cool,precise,concise and understandable,trust me.
by James B. on 2021-11-10 for Lower Limb Anatomy
It’s precisely short and to the point, Clear audio and details on the parts mentioned in regards to anatomy both clinical and theoretical. The multiple choice practices has really made me to get a very score in my PAT last week. I hope to continue using this resources for the next 6 years or more.
by Gulbanu S. on 2021-11-10 for Pelvis
Brilliant lecture given in a detailed way . A very informative indeed .
by Luis Gael L. on 2021-11-02 for Lower Limb Anatomy
I would be very pleased If the diagrams were clearer to see.
by Elizabeth Y. on 2021-11-02 for Head and Neck Anatomy
Professor Canby is very thorough and presents a detailed explanation and caption of the head and neck anatomy along with some helpful mnemonics
by Zoya A. on 2021-10-31 for Abdomen
good, although slow in pace, very well explained and concise. has all the main topics I need to know studying this for the first time.
by juan Q. on 2021-10-31 for Chemistry: Introduction
I will choose 5 star because the professor has a Good excellent explication. Let's finish the lectures.
by U I. on 2021-10-30 for Microbiology: Introduction
The lectures are well explained and he made it easy for understanding the microbiology concept
by Rowland U. on 2021-10-29 for Cerebral Cortex
It has been but pure, clear and Concise..the way Dr Canby goes about to illustrate the slides especially for the fact that this aspect of the human anatomy is very complex to understand.. I have already recommended a lot of my friends to lecturio and they were all glad I did.
by Prashant U. on 2021-10-29 for Catabolism and Anabolism — Metabolism and Regulation
Made something so complex easy. I've always had trouble here.
by Miss C. on 2021-10-26 for Cranial Nerve III: Oculomotor Nerve
the presenter is not helping me learn. he needs more emphasis on the topic. Make it fun
by Mesfin D. on 2021-10-26 for Cellular Structure
The content of the lecture/presentation is excellent. Has somebody else prepared the material?
by Shakira R. on 2021-10-25 for 12 Cranial Nerves and Their Functions
Vey well summarized and complete. I was having difficulties to learn it, but with the Lecturio’s videos I understood it the first time.
by DR Muhammad Babar I. on 2021-10-23 for Pelvis
I have watched this lecture.these are outstanding easy to understand
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