Starting NS in January!

  1. 1 Hey y'all! I'm so stoked to be starting a BSN program in January after 2.5 long years of prerequisites!

    I'll graduate in May '16!

    Who else is starting the tough journey in January?

    Any advice?!!

    So pumped!!
  2. Visit  BSNinprogress22 profile page

    About BSNinprogress22

    From 'Maryville, TN, US'; Joined Jul '12; Posts: 72; Likes: 6.

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  3. Visit  Mandy0728 profile page
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    Yay congrats! I start my BSN program in January also! I'm behind stoked! Im a non traditional student with a family and am just beyond excited that it's finally my turn! Good luck to you!!
  4. Visit  PurpleLover profile page
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    I start my program in Jan and I am excited and scared.

    I actually have an app on my phone that is counting down til the first day, lol.
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  5. Visit  mrsgapeachrn profile page
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    I start my ASN program in January as well. I'm excited but scared! I am going to stay prayed up! I am glad I have a great support system behind me to push me.
    mletort, HisKids37, and BSNinprogress22 like this.
  6. Visit  Marsha238612 profile page
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    I start in January 13th as well. I'm terribly scared but super excited. It's a great feeling to have gotten accepted but the challenge has just begun.
    Let's keep each other motivated and learn from each other's different experience.

    Does any of you have to take a med calculation exam on orientation day?! Because I do and I am extremely nervous about it, as I have to score 90%.

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  7. Visit  ummnasim profile page
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    I start on January 7! I am so excited and nervous at the same time. I am ready for the challenge and will just continue to pray that God guides me through this journey. I can't wait to see which area of nursing I am guided to while in school.
    kywoodrd, mletort, HisKids37, and 1 other like this.
  8. Visit  EMT-PJean profile page
    1
    I am starting on January 7th as well and I am so excited, nervous, and ready to start my journey.
    It's such a great feeling doing what you are called to do in life! I feel blessed.
    Congrats everyone!!
    mletort likes this.
  9. Visit  PurpleLover profile page
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    Quote from martina238612
    I start in January 13th as well. I'm terribly scared but super excited. It's a great feeling to have gotten accepted but the challenge has just begun. Let's keep each other motivated and learn from each other's different experience. Does any of you have to take a med calculation exam on orientation day?! Because I do and I am extremely nervous about it, as I have to score 90%. Sent via my iPhone using allnurses.com ❤️
    We have one but we get three tries and 80% is the cut off for the first semester. After that, it is 90 or better.
  10. Visit  Fearless_leader profile page
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    Me too... January 6th... I'm super excited & super nervous.
    mletort likes this.
  11. Visit  Katsmeow profile page
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    I started in Aug 2013. Good luck to all of you! For fundamentals, make sure you know the rationale behind the concepts and the associated nursing interventions & diagnoses. Health assessment was pretty black & white for us, just practice your skills and get comfortable in a systemic routine that you can do. Our clinicals were in the community and nursing homes. Clinical is a great time to see what you've been learning applied to real life and to start to feel like a nurse. Enjoy the free time now and stay ahead of your assignments!
    kywoodrd, misssarab.5, mletort, and 1 other like this.
  12. Visit  BSNinprogress22 profile page
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    Quote from Katsmeow
    I started in Aug 2013. Good luck to all of you! For fundamentals, make sure you know the rationale behind the concepts and the associated nursing interventions & diagnoses. Health assessment was pretty black & white for us, just practice your skills and get comfortable in a systemic routine that you can do. Our clinicals were in the community and nursing homes. Clinical is a great time to see what you've been learning applied to real life and to start to feel like a nurse. Enjoy the free time now and stay ahead of your assignments!
    Thank you!
  13. Visit  VAgirl247 profile page
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    I already had my first semester. But this will be first semester of clinicals. Different ball game. I start on January 15th and have to have a drug dosage test the first week as well!!
  14. Visit  BSCTC15 profile page
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    My advice: hit the ground running, don't get behind, buy a planner, manage your time wisely, be careful who you make friends with (they can make you or break you), do you readings before class, write down everything, and most importantly never ever give up on yourself! Good luck to you all
    sweet03nesy, misssarab.5, mletort, and 1 other like this.


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