Chamberlain College of Nursing in Atlanta, GA - page 81

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has anyone attended or is currently attending chamberlain college of nursing in atlanta? if so, how is it? any info would be greatly appreciated. i am currently attending a technical college and have done all of my pre requisites... Read More


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    @ MissFutureBSN That's Awesome!! Did you already take Path and a few nursing courses?
    Yes I have taken patho but no nursing classes just all perquisites. I was a nursing major previously but wasn't accepted into the program at the school I attended.
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    That sounds similar to my situation. I transferred from Brenau because I couldn't pass the Kaplan for their program. Still need to take patho though. It seems that there curriculum has a few pre reqs such as Logic & Critical thinking, Economics and SOCS 350 mixed in with the nursing courses, so this will be interesting.
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    im trying to get in for january at the jacksonville campus. im stressing over these conversions for the HESI. I have a review book but it doesnt give much practice for conversions so I just had to print out a crap load of worksheets. I'm so nervous to take this test on the 10th.
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    @ slangley09 Please don't stress over this exam. It honestly wasn't hard at all. For the conversions just remember the house hold measurements that were on the chart. Temperature conversions were't used at all. What is it exactly that you don't understand???
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    im trying to get in for january at the jacksonville campus. im stressing over these conversions for the HESI. I have a review book but it doesnt give much practice for conversions so I just had to print out a crap load of worksheets. I'm so nervous to take this test on the 10th.
    I used some worksheets from mathmaster.org. It allows you to generate the type of conversion you want to study. It's really just like how many pints are in a liter, etc.... You just plug in the numbers they give you. I would do math section first if it's your weakest area. The reading section is rudimentary, pretty straight forward. For grammar you will correct misspelled words, sentence fragment such as comma splice, dependent and independent clause, and which word doesn't belong in sentence etc... Vocabulary most of them came from the study guide, but some are not.
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    oh ok. im getting the conversions better now. i know like 4 quarts in a gallon 16 oz in a pound yada yada...its coming back to me, i guess i just had to brush up some for it to come back. but thank you for the website. ill check that out too. the conversions is the only thing that was tripping me up. other than that i have everything else. im really good with grammar and reading comp.
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    Quote from slangley09
    oh ok. im getting the conversions better now. i know like 4 quarts in a gallon 16 oz in a pound yada yada...its coming back to me, i guess i just had to brush up some for it to come back. but thank you for the website. ill check that out too. the conversions is the only thing that was tripping me up. other than that i have everything else. im really good with grammar and reading comp.
    You can go to you tube and watch videos on the metric conversions. That's what helped me. I you tube everything.
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    yea i youtubed some conversion problems as well. i did about 3 worksheets yesterday. i pretty much memorized the metric conversion table in the book and i have one printed out. i decided that ive gotten the hang of it, so i will move on to the other sections in the book lol. thanks ladies for all the help. im scheduled to take my test on the 17th now due to my work schedule but the bright side i have more time to study.
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    As soon as you get ready to take your test, on your scratch sheet paper write down your metric conversions and formulas for your percentages. That's what helped me. Make sure you study the vocabulary words. Those words that are in the study guide are the same words on the test. Hope this help you. I know you will do fine. Good luck to you.
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    @ Teah After getting your drug and background tested. How long does it take for them to make you schedule?? Also, I typed in chaimberlain.edu/my next steps, but nothing came up. How will I review everything on the checklist?


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