Question for you! I'm taking NURS299 at UNLV. It's called Nutritional Development Across the Lifespan. Our exams are 45 questions and we have 45 minutes to take them. To me, that's insane. It doesn't seem possible unless there was like a study guide. But there is no teacher to teach in class to go over anything. Voice overs on power points are from another instructor. The instructor that I have I wanted to meet with is very scornful about me wanting to meet with her for questions regarding the material in the book. She's an RN. One of those "I got my degree, I could careless what you want to look up, use google, look it up on google" type of teacher. She sounds like she has this job to give her a break from a real nursing job like research or working with patients.
Anyway, when you were in nursing school
, was there a class where exams were a minute per question? Like 45 minutes for 45 questions? It just seems way too stressful.