Chamberlain College of Nursing in Atlanta, GA - page 115

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  angelgh profile page
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    wow thanx for this i have started reading through with books and the questions at the back of every chapter. Please keep us updated on stuffs advices like this, we surely needs it

    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.
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  3. Visit  angelgh profile page
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    Go ahead and purchased the fundamentals along with the study guide and health assessment. The rest wait till we get to class next week

    Quote from imreadyruready
    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
  4. Visit  SoontobeaRN profile page
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    Can Anyone please tell me are there any fill in the blank questions on the HESI test? If so can someone tell me what part? Or is it all multiple choice.
  5. Visit  angelgh profile page
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    Yes the english grammar, part for example. ____ are going to work answer choices, They, their, them, is fairly easy more like elementary school stuffs.
    Quote from SoontobeaRN
    Can Anyone please tell me are there any fill in the blank questions on the HESI test? If so can someone tell me what part? Or is it all multiple choice.
  6. Visit  REECIEcup19 profile page
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    Quote from imreadyruready

    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
    I ended up buying all the books. The textbooks you'll definitely need and the study guide for patho. The study guide for 224 I didn't use as much. The drug guide, nursing diagnosis, and lab books are more for 226 and for resources. They'll help with your care plans, so you can wait until the July session to get them. You'll probably use them throughout school. I know some people that didn't buy them, but I would suggest to at least get the drug guide and nursing diagnosis book.

    Another thing I would suggest is to use the evolve, mynursinglab, and pearson websites that come with your books. It's a lot of good resources on there like practice questions, animations, lab videos and etc. to help you.
    Last edit by REECIEcup19 on Apr 28, '13
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  7. Visit  angelgh profile page
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    You are the best lol will Private message you a lot hope you cool with it.
    Quote from REECIEcup19
    I ended up buying all the books. The textbooks you'll definitely need and the study guide for patho. The study guide for 224 I didn't use as much. The drug guide, nursing diagnosis, and lab books are more for 226 and for resources. They'll help with your care plans, so you can wait until the July session to get them. You'll probably use them throughout school. I know some people that didn't buy them, but I would suggest to at least get the drug guide and nursing diagnosis book.

    Another thing I would suggest is to use the evolve, mynursinglab, and pearson websites that come with your books. It's a lot of good resources on there like practice questions, animations, lab videos and etc. to help you.
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    Quote from angelgh
    You are the best lol will Private message you a lot hope you cool with it.
    Lol that's fine.
  9. Visit  SoontobeaRN profile page
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    Thank you at Angelgh. So there isn't any fill in the blank on the math part?
  10. Visit  KEEPFINGERSCROSSED profile page
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    SoontobeaRN, there are about 3 to 4 fill in the blanks in the math session.
  11. Visit  SoontobeaRN profile page
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    Thank you so much because I am studying with the HESI exam book and there was quite a few and I was getting nervous!
  12. Visit  2bnurserideaux profile page
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    I will be starting in Sept also, i have already taken the HESI and have already gotten accepted. Im currently attending GPC to take some of my science classes to lower the cost of tuition but i had alot of credits that transferred. Im looking forward to get started in Sept.
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    Quote from nurserideaux
    I will be starting in Sept also, i have already taken the HESI and have already gotten accepted. Im currently attending GPC to take some of my science classes to lower the cost of tuition but i had alot of credits that transferred. Im looking forward to get started in Sept.
    Hello there!!! I attend GPC as well. I just finished Micro and this summer I'm taking Econ, Stats and Ethics! How was the Hesi? They focus on the Math and which other score? Is AnP a focus?? Congrats to you by the way!!!!
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    SoontobeaRN I hope to start in September as well. I will be taking my hesi on the 21st


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