Asked by: Hildred Gluharevscience chemistry
Is anatomy and physiology an elective?
Last Updated: 16th February, 2020
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Likewise, is a foreign language considered an elective?
To put it simply, electives are any classes that aren't one of the “core” subjects. The core classes, as we mentioned above, are language arts/English, math, science, foreign language, and social studies/history. Most classes within those fields wouldn't be considered an elective.
Secondly, is anatomy and physiology a hard class? Anatomy and physiology is difficult but very doable! I love anatomy and physiology but truthfully it is challenging. With physiology, it becomes more challenging when you have to remember (and I mean really memorize) complex processes and functions of different components of the human body in exact detail.
In this manner, is anatomy and physiology an AP class?
There is a reason that there is no AP anatomy or physiology course; hardly anyone takes those classes in college except in nursing school. The regular high school level classes in those subjects will not place you out of anything in college, though they might prepare you for the nursing college classes.
Does physiology count as a lab science?
Lab science includes biology, chemistry, physics, anatomy, physiology, earth/space science, etc. English includes grammar, composition, literature, speech, and vocabulary, but not newspaper, yearbook, or theatre arts. Students do not have to take four semesters of the same foreign language.