Roll of the Dice?

  1. Hello fellow nsg students. I'm entering my third semester in the fall and believe me when I say WHEW! My classmates and I have decided that on tests there are no answer keys. We thinx that the instructors go over the exams and roll the dice to decide the answers. Anyone else feel this way?
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  3. by   gwenith
    Probably use the famous "step method" to mark papers. That is where you stand at the top of a flight of steps and throw all teh papers down. The ones that land on teh top step get A's those that land on the second - B's and so on....:roll:
  4. by   Love-A-Nurse
    gwen, that's funny! :chuckle
  5. by   Love-A-Nurse
    originally posted by tyrh
    hello fellow nsg students. i'm entering my third semester in the fall and believe me when i say whew! my classmates and i have decided that on tests there are no answer keys. we thinx that the instructors go over the exams and roll the dice to decide the answers. anyone else feel this way?
    welcome to the board! why do you feel the "roll of the dice" decides the answers on your tests, if i may ask?


    much continued success in your studies.
  6. by   katscan
    Could be that all the answers are right, technically, but there is one that is MORE right than another. Some tests are structured that way to make sure you really know the material. So it just seems that there is no answer key
  7. by   nakitamoon
    ,,,, from my personal experience,,,,, through school,,,, and with nclex,,,, katscan's,,,, answer is correct,,,,

    In multiple choice,,, usually two,, you can discount right away,,, two that are correct based on info in question,,,,,you have to pick the "most" correct answer,,,,,,

    Good luck on you studies,,, keep you eye on the goal,,,, just do your best,,,, on the tests,,,,,,,,,

    Take care Nik~,,,,, btw,,, very nice to meet you,,,, you are in the company of some wonderful ppl,,,,,,
  8. by   Ortho_RN
    I have learned always remember your ABC's when it comes to some answers... You might think one thing is more important.. But if they don't have an airway it doesn't matter what there heart is doing
  9. by   allthingsbright
    Originally posted by gwenith
    Probably use the famous "step method" to mark papers. That is where you stand at the top of a flight of steps and throw all teh papers down. The ones that land on teh top step get A's those that land on the second - B's and so on....:roll:
    :chuckle :chuckle :chuckle too funny!

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