Failed the AANP and ANCC - page 16
Hello everyone So I took the AANP in March 2011 after taking the Fitz course, and failed (personally I didn't think I was ready), but I thought I would try. Then I purchased the Barkley Assoc CD and Home Course and studied... Read More
- 0Jun 5, '13 by Alexis33Well stated!
I loved # 7
I found out I am not an auditory learner too.
You got exhausted at question 75 and I had narcolepsy (even my brain was protesting) -smile
I didn't take any breaks but I will next time. It makes all the difference because it gives your mind time to breathe and regroup too. thanks for sharing all.!!!
If you have to move- spread your wings and SOAR!!!!!!
The best is yet to come!!!!!
- 1Oct 6, '13 by bcc71I graduated this past May, took the ANCC in July and failed. I then took the AANP in August and failed that too. Well, needless to say, I am more than a little discouraged and depressed. I re-test in less than 2 weeks and all I keep thinking is "what will I do if I fail yet again?" I have never failed anything like this before, so this has really done a number on me.
Congratulations to all of you who have passed! If anyone wouldn't mind, could you say a few prayers for me? I test on the 17th of October...could use all the prayers I can get! Thank you in advance
- 0Oct 8, '13 by bcc71To Jane33RN and Tinabeanrn, I so appreciate your prayers and words of encouragement. There is nothing I love more than to observe healthcare practitioners supporting eachother in times of struggle. That is what teamwork is truly all about. I have read many of your posts and even though they were directed to others struggling, I thank you both for the support and confidence you build in others. God places people where they are most needed, so for the purpose of this thread, you are right where you belong; supporting, lifting and building confidence in future practitioners! Thank you