Transitions to RN- Vent

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    This material is so dryyyy and trying to retain the info but find it difficult for all of this to stick....anytips or suggestions would be greatly in sam hill did you guys get through this? its like watching paint dry..myyyy gawd! lol Shift+R improves the quality of this image. Shift+A improves the quality of all images on this page.

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    you have to be motivated, and only you can find the reason(s) for you.
    shikster likes this.
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    oh trust and believe im beyond motivated....its just the content to this particular section is exasperatingly boring.... this is more of my venting from frustration thread...nothing more... thanks for replying though!
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    Did you test transition yet? I'm not enrolled, however preparing for exam... Haven"t figured out a good study technique other than cramming through books based on the syllabus/guide excelsior offers... Very dry material!!!! Any advice appreciated!
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    studygroup101 worked great for me.
    ChrisRicci likes this.
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    Thanks ReebokHCFR!!!!!
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    I agree with reebokHCFR, studygroup 101 was a fantastic study guide for Transitions! Do as many practice quizzes as you can and make flashcards. Bring those flashcards everywhere with you! The test itself actually wasn't too bad in my opinion. Good luck!
    Mrs.FlowersTheNurse likes this.
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    @jlynn167, thanks a lot for your advice. I plan on testing sometime soon. I hope I do great. The study material is durable once I soak all the key terms. Everything else appear scenario based. Wish me luck!
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    I am dreading Transitions, too!! Just paid for it, and will schedule it soon... #5.... then I'll start the LS series..

    Will probably get the SG101 for that one, too.... thanks for the suggestions!

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    Good Luck on Transition.. Although this is my first exam, it was difficult for me and unfortunately for me I made a D. I made a 86 on my Practice Exam and bomb the real exam. Bomber!!!! I'm thinking I will continue with Safety and see how I do, than enroll and save this exam last... Anybody have suggestions? I'm not sure if independent study is for me, but I plan on looking for a traditional program too.. Please help with advice so I can have a idea what to do.... Thanks

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