Recently getting married in the summer, my husband and I were getting so excited for me to graduate in may 2013 and I end up failing by .50 points dde22. Needless to say I'm just 23 and graduated high school in 2008. I have invested a lot of time and energy into this program and getting in. I've been going to college ever since and I just feel so stupid that I've been going this long with no degree. Getting into the program was hard enough and sometimes I wonder why I picked such a hard career for me, however I like the challenge. Nursing is the career for me. After clinicals I feel like the best person ever and I love what a nurse does. I'm a hard working and I know I would be a great nurse.
In a way to help me cope with failing, I'm glad I failed because in may I would be terrified to go out in the real world. There are a few students I wouldn't let take care of my families members or me because they dont know what the crap their doing and still passed. If I barely passed and next time I don't have to take pharmacology with it cause i passed that, do I have a good chance? Also I know the material just as much as anyone else but the tests ruined me. Any test taking tips you can give would be great an words of encouragement?
I know I'll be a nurse next year, no words of negativity please!
i come to realize the more time i invest in studying/reading, the better i do on tests... there is no secret/nor shortcut behind it. i do nothing but sleep, eat, study, and gym (believe it or not, my best hours of studying are after i work out).
and ... do not compare yourself with other students...
Last edit by seriouslyserious on Jan 2, '13