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  1. Hello Eveyone,
    I am in my second year in nursing school. This has been a challenging journey for me. Please help with any studying advices or any advice to relieve some of the stress that comes with being a nursing student. Thank you- sRN.
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    [color=#00bfff] welcome to the site. enjoy your stay and best wishes to you.
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  5. by   following_faith
    Time management is a huge thing! Have you been going through all of nursing school this stressed? Usually schools have a place on campus that can help you set a plan for the demands of school (though for the life of me I cannot think of what it is called right now). I would check that out!
  6. by   zenman
    Quote from sRN
    Hello Eveyone,
    I am in my second year in nursing school. This has been a challenging journey for me. Please help with any studying advices or any advice to relieve some of the stress that comes with being a nursing student. Thank you- sRN.
    1. Read your class material before hand and highlight the main points in your book.
    2. In class try to mostly listen and not frantically write down every word the prof says. If you read it in the book you don't have to write it down. Just highlight it if you didn't earlier. Just write down new things.
    3. Review it again the evening after class
    4. Review it briefly every day.
    5. If you drive any distance record your notes and listen on the way to/from school.
  7. by   following_faith
    Flash cards are a help to me also. They work great for quick review just about anywhere and you learn so much just writing them out. I keep mine separated by topic in different recipie boxes and I go back and review them all the time even if we are done with that particular topic.

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