Passed A&P 2! Now onto Transitions... any tips??

  1. Yay passed A&P 2 through Straighterline. I'm doing transitions now and I acquired the recommended text book (from the content outline).. How did you all study for the Transitions to the Registered Professional Nurse Role exam? I also registered for the practice exams and took one already and am planning to study the questions and answers.. Any tips would be helpful.
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  3. by   BLAKEY2005
    Good luck studying this one now. Testing in a few weeks.
  4. by   natnat122
    Quote from BLAKEY2005
    Good luck studying this one now. Testing in a few weeks.
    How are you studying? I plan on testing in a few weeks as well.
  5. by   newyorklpn2000
    I'm studying as we'll but I'm using the EC content guide and an older version of the rec text
  6. by   BarbaraNM
    Hey, congratulations! Seems like you got through that Straighterline course fast... did you like it?
  7. by   natnat122
    Quote from BarbaraNM
    Hey, congratulations! Seems like you got through that Straighterline course fast... did you like it?
    Hey!!
    Thanks! Yeah I completed the course in about about 2 weeks, I loved it it was really interesting and not boring like I thought it'd be. The test questions were straight forward and fair. Some were hard though.. But all in all it was a good course and I had a good experience w/ Straighterline I must say!
  8. by   BarbaraNM
    Great! Hey, did you have to have the final exam monitored? Glad you liked the course... I will continue to recommend it for others... I sure liked doing Eng 101 through Straighterline. (It was long and tedious... lol... but SO much better than a classroom!!) Medical Terminology was great, too... if you have any time left on your subscription, you can probably knock that one out in 4-6 hours... 3 more credits, and interesting!!
  9. by   natnat122
    Quote from BarbaraNM
    Great! Hey, did you have to have the final exam monitored? Glad you liked the course... I will continue to recommend it for others... I sure liked doing Eng 101 through Straighterline. (It was long and tedious... lol... but SO much better than a classroom!!) Medical Terminology was great, too... if you have any time left on your subscription, you can probably knock that one out in 4-6 hours... 3 more credits, and interesting!!
    Ah you liked the Eng 101 w/ them? Cool! I don't think I need Medical Terminology and I just canceled my subscription.. I didnt need the exam proctored but I couldn't get a refund Oh well..
  10. by   Txffmedic
    Quote from natnat122
    Hey!!
    Thanks! Yeah I completed the course in about about 2 weeks, I loved it it was really interesting and not boring like I thought it'd be. The test questions were straight forward and fair. Some were hard though.. But all in all it was a good course and I had a good experience w/ Straighterline I must say!
    Wow, how did you complete the course in two weeks?
  11. by   natnat122
    Quote from Txffmedic
    Wow, how did you complete the course in two weeks?
    Doing topics every single day til my eyes were veiny. LOL
  12. by   GiftedNurse
    Can you do Microbiology with Straighterline? If so how much are the classes? I need Microbiology and a Humanities class...
  13. by   BarbaraNM
    That's what I LOVE about self paced learning!! I work 3 12 hour night shifts and sleep all day... never any time during my 'work week' to do any studying. On my 4 days off, though, I can really devote a lot of time to studying. I took a Math class through ALEKS, and finished it in a week... but I spent 30-32 hours on it! Better than 16 weeks in a classroom, twice a week, for an hour each!

    Now... I just need to get STARTED!!
  14. by   natnat122
    Quote from GiftedNurse
    Can you do Microbiology with Straighterline? If so how much are the classes? I need Microbiology and a Humanities class...
    Hi GiftedNurse,

    I did Microbiology through Excelsior which I think may be the only option because neither CLEP or Straighterline doesn't offers Microbiology..

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