Newly Accepted JJC Nursing Students - page 3
I just received an email letting me know I was accepted into the Nursing Program at JJC for the Spring 2012 semester! :clown: I am still on cloud nine! I'm looking for any advice that people may have that have been through the... Read More
- 0Jan 26, '12 by determined_30HI! I am far from getting in to the program. I still have to take chem 100 bio 150 bio 240 250 and 251 soc290 and health a nutrition class. any suggestions on professors, books that I can study before the classes the teas teas test any advice would be very greatly appreciated.
- 1Aug 5, '12 by nscott127Quote from determined_30I liked Dr. Mills for chemistry. Just be on time, turn your phone off, and sit near the board. You can earn ex credit by doing work on the board. I had Prof. Murdoch for both A and P's. I enjoyed her a lot. She will work with students that want to learn. Not easy, but fair and you will learn a lot. Loved Prof. Bellas for micro. I was worried before the class started and ended up loving it. He presented the info in an easy to understand way. Gives you the whole picture and tests from study guide.HI! I am far from getting in to the program. I still have to take chem 100 bio 150 bio 240 250 and 251 soc290 and health a nutrition class. any suggestions on professors, books that I can study before the classes the teas teas test any advice would be very greatly appreciated.
I started my soc 290 with a terrible instructor, he only lasted the semester. They moved me into a class taught by Julia Oglesby. I thought she did a great job of covering many different cultures and she uses some good supplemental videos. At the end of the semester everyone brings an ethnic dish and shares. Students in our class felt comfortable enough to share their personal stories.
I also recommend taking the Nurs 100 class the semester you will be taking the Teas test. Gives you great prep for the math. The other stuff covered in the class will help you with first semester theory class.
I liked all the Nurs 150 instructors. I Like everyone I have met in the nursing department.