Vango notes r.o - page 2
I have two exams left LS2 and LS3 :lol2:, with only 20 days to study per each. I am trying to find "tango notes' on my iPhone app so I can download the app and listen to it while driving. Does... Read More
0Apr 5, '13 by natnat122, ASN, EMT-PQuote from NsgStudentsNoooo problem!NatNat,
Thanks for the feedback, good to know
1Apr 27, '13 by veggieLPNI just wanted to say that after reading this thread, I downloaded the Vango notes for Med-Surg and I really didn't like it.
I'm an auditory learner, but the people reading spoke like they were robots and they mispronounced A LOT of words (at least in the respiratory chapter.) In fact when I first heard the voices I thought they had just run the text through a text to voice computer program, but at second glance I realized real people were reading the text, just very very robotically and unnaturally.
This was just too distracting for me. I can deal with mispronounced words, but not the voices. I won't be using this to study.
It may not be a problem for some people, but it was for me. Just wanted to put this out there since I did blow about $20 on the book.
0Jul 7, '13 by lukaszAnyone able to copy and paste a breakdown of the chapters for these audiobooks: phathophys, A&P, fundamentals ???
Out of all 10 available which would you pick first?
1Jul 7, '13 by jlynn167I agree, I didnt find vangonotes helpful at all. It seems to work for some people though.
0Jul 9, '13 by natnat122, ASN, EMT-PQuote from jlynn167Me either I bombed ls3 the first time thinking I could just go off of vangonotes smhI agree, I didnt find vangonotes helpful at all. .