Chamberlain College of Nursing in Atlanta, GA - page 114

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... Read More

  1. Visit  tammie32 profile page
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    Thanks for sharing your information .. I will keep everybody.in my prayers.. Just trying to sort myself out job wise. :-)
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    Quote from Nurse2b7337
    Lala thanks for yr input. That's encouraging to know u work while. In school! So you have all yr books on yr kindle?

    Just some of the books-not all. I don't fully encourage anyone to strictly do kindle or ebooks. I purchased the hardback nursing books and patho, but general education books I used my kindle or evovle, which is a free ebook that you get with your online portion of the general ed classes. They (ebooks) are generally cheaper though so whatever works for you work it!
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    Thx girly!!

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    Quote from tammie32
    Thanks for sharing your information .. I will keep everybody.in my prayers.. Just trying to sort myself out job wise. :-)
    I understand! Thanks for the prayers, and best of luck in September!
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    Thx girly!!

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    No problem!
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    If I've taken all of the pre-reqs required what classes will I start with? Anyone know? Patho is up in the air not sure if they will take it!

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    Quote from La_La81

    nanaama I thank you for the advice. I'm not sure if I can make any moves now with it being break, but I will try. I was told during registration that these classes HAD to be taken together! It's all worth a try though, because I don't want to be bombarded, but I fear this will screw up my whole curriculum plan. I'm going to talk to a few people, pray on it, and ,make a sound decision tonight. I really appreciate your input. Helps more than you know!
    You still have time to drop 224 and 302 if you want to do that, but yes it will screw up your curriculum plan. If you do that with every hard class, its gonna take forever lol. It'll probably put you behind a semester. Those classes are corequistes so they have to be taken together, unless you take patho before that. I'm going into adult health and pharm and I know some people that are doing the same with these classes.

    It will be a challenging session taking all three, but its not impossible. I didn't take all three together because I transferred enough credits to take patho my first session. I know people that failed and passed. Don't automatically think you're gonna fail. You know your strengths and weaknesses and if you can handle it or not.

    Patho was difficult, I'm not gonna lie lol. My whole class struggled through it. It was back in Sept and the school was still working out the kinks with everything. There's only one teacher who's teaching it right now and I hear she is very good. Keep up with the reading and make charts or flashcards to help. Go to CAS if you need help also. They're really good in there.

    To me, 224 and 302 wasn't that bad. The material wasn't hard, it was just a lot to learn in a short amount of time. The other thing is that they're are a lot of check offs and skills to learn. You're gonna do foleys, meds, dressing changes, ng tubes, and etc. Go to open lab every chance you get to practice! Also, don't be nervous about checking off in front of an instructor. I know people that failed just because they were nervous about it.

    I didn't mean for this to be so long lol, but I hoped it helped. You can pm me if you have other questions.
  8. Visit  koscar714 profile page
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    Ok thank you guys!!! I was getting very nervous because the Atlanta campus is already about an hour from where I live so to drive out even further would be a new problem to the equation 😀
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    Quote from DeRizzioAB
    I will be starting at the Atlanta campus in May, I am so excited! I know it will be a lot of hard work ahead but it will be worth it in the end!
    Congrats!! Aren't you glad the waiting is all over!! When do you go to orientation? I'm going Tuesday the 30th at 10 am
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    Quote from REECIEcup19

    You still have time to drop 224 and 302 if you want to do that, but yes it will screw up your curriculum plan. If you do that with every hard class, its gonna take forever lol. It'll probably put you behind a semester. Those classes are corequistes so they have to be taken together, unless you take patho before that. I'm going into adult health and pharm and I know some people that are doing the same with these classes.

    It will be a challenging session taking all three, but its not impossible. I didn't take all three together because I transferred enough credits to take patho my first session. I know people that failed and passed. Don't automatically think you're gonna fail. You know your strengths and weaknesses and if you can handle it or not.

    Patho was difficult, I'm not gonna lie lol. My whole class struggled through it. It was back in Sept and the school was still working out the kinks with everything. There's only one teacher who's teaching it right now and I hear she is very good. Keep up with the reading and make charts or flashcards to help. Go to CAS if you need help also. They're really good in there.

    To me, 224 and 302 wasn't that bad. The material wasn't hard, it was just a lot to learn in a short amount of time. The other thing is that they're are a lot of check offs and skills to learn. You're gonna do foleys, meds, dressing changes, ng tubes, and etc. Go to open lab every chance you get to practice! Also, don't be nervous about checking off in front of an instructor. I know people that failed just because they were nervous about it.

    I didn't mean for this to be so long lol, but I hoped it helped. You can pm me if you have other questions.
    Thank you Reecicup,
    I will be starting 224, 281, and 302 may session and I am nervous bcus I still have to work. Can you tell me if we are going to need all those text books listed on the bookstore website for each class
  11. Visit  SoontobeaRN profile page
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    Hello everyone I had a question yesterday about the HESI exam are there any fill in the blank question on the test? If so can someone tell me what part?
  12. Visit  SoontobeaRN profile page
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    I will be takin my HESI in May hoping and praying that I will get into the Sept session! Is there anyone going for Sept? I saw that tammi32 you will starting in Sept as well.
  13. Visit  La_La81 profile page
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    Quote from REECIEcup19
    You still have time to drop 224 and 302 if you want to do that, but yes it will screw up your curriculum plan. If you do that with every hard class, its gonna take forever lol. It'll probably put you behind a semester. Those classes are corequistes so they have to be taken together, unless you take patho before that. I'm going into adult health and pharm and I know some people that are doing the same with these classes.

    It will be a challenging session taking all three, but its not impossible. I didn't take all three together because I transferred enough credits to take patho my first session. I know people that failed and passed. Don't automatically think you're gonna fail. You know your strengths and weaknesses and if you can handle it or not.

    Patho was difficult, I'm not gonna lie lol. My whole class struggled through it. It was back in Sept and the school was still working out the kinks with everything. There's only one teacher who's teaching it right now and I hear she is very good. Keep up with the reading and make charts or flashcards to help. Go to CAS if you need help also. They're really good in there.

    To me, 224 and 302 wasn't that bad. The material wasn't hard, it was just a lot to learn in a short amount of time. The other thing is that they're are a lot of check offs and skills to learn. You're gonna do foleys, meds, dressing changes, ng tubes, and etc. Go to open lab every chance you get to practice! Also, don't be nervous about checking off in front of an instructor. I know people that failed just because they were nervous about it.

    I didn't mean for this to be so long lol, but I hoped it helped. You can pm me if you have other questions.

    Thank you SO much for the info and advice. I think I am going to take all 3. I want to graduate on time, and I do believe that I have what it takes. I have a few hours between one set of classes so I will take advantage of CAS if needbe. I'm not on here that often, but I will follow up with some more questions if i need to. Thanks again to all those who have given their point of view. I will be in touch!

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