withdrew from advanced med/surg

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    HI all fellow nursing peps

    Well i withdrew from my advanced med/surg this march 2011 i was supposed to graduate may 2011 out of maybe 20 students only 9 passed(from one class 2 classes in total ) me and another student were the only ones that withdrew from our class. I am not sad, but lost and confused i really dont know what to do.I passed the opportunity to take it this summer because its accelerated and its not regular spread out time to really study,this is my last chance so i had to wait till jan 2012 (to take my last and final rotation advanced medsurg).Has anyone else failed/withdrew or had to go through the same as i am and what did you guys do to do better the second time around like what sources books, ati,nclex, i have my own personal library of books that ima review over till jan 2012 etc WHATS A FEW DIFFERENT THINGS DONE THAT WERENT DONE IN THE FIRST PLACE anything can help and will be so happy if anyone can send me anything heres my email suemmuel84@gmail.com ill be checking here to thanks
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    I didn't withdraw but have kept in touch with some who needed to withdraw due to life circumstances (or just plain failing out). There are about 4 that are going to make a 2nd go for it and join new students in either the 1st or 2nd term. The instructors say that most people do just fine the 2nd time around. Lots of students like the Saunders NCLEX testing guide. For med-surg, I like to look at the signs and symptoms of the most common diagnoses, the priority assessments and signs of worsening or an emergent situation. What are the drugs most likely to be prescribed and how do they work?
    Do you have an idea of where things started going south?
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    I didn't withdraw but have kept in touch with some who needed to withdraw due to life circumstances (or just plain failing out). There are about 4 that are going to make a 2nd go for it and join new students in either the 1st or 2nd term. The instructors say that most people do just fine the 2nd time around. Lots of students like the Saunders NCLEX testing guide. For med-surg, I like to look at the signs and symptoms of the most common diagnoses, the priority assessments and signs of worsening or an emergent situation. What are the drugs most likely to be prescribed and how do they work?
    Do you have an idea of where things started going south?
    well for me and so many students that failed said it was the teacher lectured this and gave the exam on that. up the passinghe teacher threw us off the school has a 13% passing rate thanks to an amneesty passed for hesi people that failed in the past 5 years.so this made them make the test harder im guessing to bring up the passing rate for nclex.I always studied and knew my stuff like a pro etc but to every ones amazement and mys it didnt show in the exams which i got 72 75 and a 59 which were ridiculous to me and well i dnt know what else to do but withdrawl thanks for the 2nd time around tahing. makes me feel good to know that its a fact on your side of town.I have so many books to review but as every one else says do questions.Im good with drugs i love pharm i have my own way of knowing drugs so its not difficult for me can you give me a link to the book your talking about thanks for your response sorry for the run-ons and no grammatical corrections no spell check


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