Sac state (CSUS) nursing spring 2013 - page 32
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Hey, is anyone applying to sac state for spring 2012? Do you think it will be easier to get into since they won't accept any non-sacstate students? What do u think the cut off will be? Sorry for all these questions. Has... Read More
- 1Jan 9, '13 by alamRecent email from Dr. **
"Again, welcome to the nursing
program. As per my earlier message, you will have quizzes due starting the
second day of classes. All quizzes due by Feb. 9th will be available starting
Jan. 21st in case you would like to get them done early. All quizzes are timed
& allow 2 attempts, questions are delivered one at a time & you will NOT
be able to go back/revisit to questions. Quizzes can be found in the "Weekly
Content" area on the left side of the page; they should also show in your "To
do" list...../Dr.Last edit by Esme12 on Jan 17, '13 : Reason: TOS?no staff names or initials
- 0Jan 9, '13 by dreambig2015Does anyone from the past semester or anyone else have a suggestion about how to organize binders/notebooks. Usually during pre-nursing I had a binder and a notebook for each individual class, but I am not sure if that will work for nursing since all the classes somehow collaborate. Also, has anyone here used an uncalendar?
- 0Quote from jb1979I have the ebooks and I like it just fine, but I've also worked with ebooks before and I think they fit me pretty well. I have no organizational ideas, but I bet we'll get a ton of tips at orientation.Has anyone who already got the Ebooks using pageburst played around with it at all? If so, how do you like it??? Anyone got organizational ideas?? I'm in section 3 and very excited and scared!
Don't be scared. As you can see, you've got a bunch of people who are along for the ride with you. As long as we do our best to help each other out we'll all benefit. I'm looking forward to meeting you all at orientation! Join the facebook group. Look at previous posts for the info.
- 0Quote from jb1979Hep B taking 6 months to complete is different than people who are still awaiting their results because they waited until the last minute to get started. It's better to have people in the program that did better on the prerequisites and testing. So it is what it is.I think people are running into problems with immunizations. For example Hep B takes 6 months to complete the series. I know 2 of my immunizations won't be complete for a while because of having to have a complete series due to negative titers
In terms of a calendar, I think you can just use the google calendar. It's a great one. Although, I'm not sure if it works on an iphone.Last edit by Meriwhen on Feb 1, '13