JJC 2013 Spring Nursing Applicants ? - page 21

Hello - this is my very first time posting a new topic, hopefully I'm doing this correctly. Just wanted to see if there are any ladies/gentlemen out there applying into the nursing program for the Spring 2013 semester. We... Read More

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    Quote from Shortround
    I have the ebooks on my ipad and it can be depressing if you read and the pages say 15 out of 114, when the hardcover book only has 40 or so actual paper pages. Its just the formatting and the size of the screen that increases the ebook chapter lengths. You can enlarge or shrink the font so i shrink the font so is barely readable but the number of pages to read decreases. So instead off having to read 100 pages im reading 56 pages. If i could go back i would do the hardcover books. Finding info is so much faster in the hard cover than the ebooks i think, but maybe for some it will be easier.
    I was wondering do you read all the chapters? I am starting my reading and I enjoy it so far but it is a lot of reading. Do you recommend reading all the chapters or focusing on PowerPoints?

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    In first I did what I could, however, i have always been the kind of person to do just enough. I recorded lectures and would listen to them before tests. It depends on which instructor was teaching the portion. We had 4 tests, 3 diff instructors taught the section. In the beginning i was scared so read but as it got later in the semester i focused more on the powerpoints. You have to remember My wife and dad work in the ER and I have had a lot of exposure to the material before I ever got in. So when I was in lecture going over the powerpoints I really understood them and thats why I focused more on powerpoints, especially cause the ebook chapters were crazy long and I really hate reading. If youre disciplined and organized enough I would encourage the reading. Some teachers will just tell you study the powerpoints (kania- i believe). First test I got an 80, then 92, 89, and a 90. Quizzes i got 23, 24, 25,25 (out of 25). So if you do the reading and keep up ou will be prepared for the quizzes, for which each test section will be accompanied by a pop quiz. So somewhere in the 4 week periods between tests you will have a quiz. They are fill in the blank, some multiple choice, some 2-3 sentence essay, and some math.
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    Quote from Shortround
    In first I did what I could, however, i have always been the kind of person to do just enough. I recorded lectures and would listen to them before tests. It depends on which instructor was teaching the portion. We had 4 tests, 3 diff instructors taught the section. In the beginning i was scared so read but as it got later in the semester i focused more on the powerpoints. You have to remember My wife and dad work in the ER and I have had a lot of exposure to the material before I ever got in. So when I was in lecture going over the powerpoints I really understood them and thats why I focused more on powerpoints, especially cause the ebook chapters were crazy long and I really hate reading. If youre disciplined and organized enough I would encourage the reading. Some teachers will just tell you study the powerpoints (kania- i believe). First test I got an 80, then 92, 89, and a 90. Quizzes i got 23, 24, 25,25 (out of 25). So if you do the reading and keep up ou will be prepared for the quizzes, for which each test section will be accompanied by a pop quiz. So somewhere in the 4 week periods between tests you will have a quiz. They are fill in the blank, some multiple choice, some 2-3 sentence essay, and some math.
    Thank you so much that helps a lot. I am aiming to read as I have learned so much from the first few chapters. I have a plan to read a chapter at least everyday and stay on task. Hopefully it goes well. I know nothing so I need all the information as possible. Thanks again and good luck to you this semester.
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    I started a facebook Page for our group called JJC Nursing Students Fall 2014 send me a PM about joining it if you want. It is a private page for the students that graduate fall 2014 and start in the spring 2013. You have to be added by some one in the group to get in. I would be nice to get all of us in there.
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    Hi All!

    I enjoyed reading all of your posts and congratulations to getting into the JJC program. I am posting because I just applied for the Fall 2013 and am awaiting my TEAST testing date choices. While I wait, I thought I'd see how it's all going and to ask for any advice that you are all willing to give. Any comments that you have on how you studied for the TEAS (how long did you study, what areas were the most challenging, etc), what your GPA and TEAS scores were that enabled you to get in, and whatever else you could think of would be greatly appreciated. I have all my prerequisites completed with a 3.84, but the TEAS is making me nervous. It's been over 25 years since I had chemistry so some of the science sections are pretty intimidating. I look forward to hearing from you!

    Thanks again!
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    Hello!i am an incoming student beginning this fall 2014. Not sure if anyone still comes into this board but seeing as you guys are all set to graduate do you have any advice to make it through?
    I have a 7 month old so a little nervous about everything!!
    Thanks for any input!
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    I had questions too and it seems like everyone just uses this board to express their feelings about getting into the program and leave without giving feedback on their progression... kinda sad for students interested in the program..


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