How is the FCCJ/FSCJ RN program? - page 3

Planning to apply for this summer term. I dont know much about what actually goes on. Just wondering for the people who are in it or who have taken it already, what did you do and learn semester... Read More

  1. Visit  BigTuna profile page
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    Quote from FLmomof5
    I work 40 hours per week +. My YOUNGEST is 17.5 yo. My hubby is in Afghanistan, so I don't get help from him! LOL. But during first term (eve/we program) you will spend 1 hr @ north campus on Mondays for your weekly test....then T-Th in class from 6 - 9 PM, Sat 8 - 3 (I think) in techniques and then clinicals. The remaining terms, it is 1 night per week from 6 - 10 PM (Tuesday or Thurs) with occasional Monday for a test and then SOME weekends are taking up with clinicals....until the fourth term where nearly ALL weekends (Sat and Sun) are clinicals.
    I am so impressed - that is a lot of work and responsibility. Did you work 40 hours a week during Term I?!
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  3. Visit  FLmomof5 profile page
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    Yes. I have bills to pay so I did not have the luxury of not working.
  4. Visit  misswhitney profile page
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    Quote from FLmomof5
    Yes. I have bills to pay so I did not have the luxury of not working.

    Did you graduate last night? I was there, my friend was getting pinned. =) Small class you guys had.
  5. Visit  FLmomof5 profile page
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    Yep, I was there! There were 88 graduates. Summer classes are usually small.
  6. Visit  linjo1184 profile page
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    I completely agree that there really is no way to studsy for the NAT. You either no it or you don't. Once you take it, you will get a feel for the questions they ask and if you don't do good you can take it again. The keep your highest scores.
  7. Visit  jbspivey89 profile page
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    I disagree with LINJO1184, there are plenty of sites offering quick, and free, guides for the NAT. Just google what you are looking for. Furthermore, It seemed to me that the second time i took the NAT, most of my questions were the same are the first test. So if you have the time I suggest taking it twice (with 90 days between each testing of course) and see how well you do! Good luck!


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