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LSU School of Nursing FALL 2013 - page 14

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  1. Visit  dpete18 profile page
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    Quote from emilynicole
    hey everyone i made a facebook page because i couldnt find one already done. i think itl be a great way to communicate and form study groups and stuff. it is LSU School of Nursing 2013
    I just asked to join! Maybe change the name of the group to LSU SON BSN Class of 2016?
  2. Visit  ewhit42 profile page
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    Quote from dpete18
    I just asked to join! Maybe change the name of the group to LSU SON BSN Class of 2016?
    okay i changed it to LSU SON class of 2016
  3. Visit  ewhit42 profile page
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    Quote from emilynicole
    hey everyone i made a facebook page because i couldnt find one already done. i think itl be a great way to communicate and form study groups and stuff. it is LSU School of Nursing 2013
    i changes it to LSU SON class of 2016
  4. Visit  Jsimmons profile page
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    Has anyone got an email yet for the computer ID number? I emailed them but never received anything back. Also they haven't cashed my check yet for my acceptance fee...
  5. Visit  hmarie09 profile page
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    I emailed them this morning and they responded a few hours later with my info.
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    Quote from hmarie09
    I emailed them this morning and they responded a few hours later with my info.
    I got mine today.
  7. Visit  workstudysleep profile page
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    Congrats to everyone who got in. But beware, this really is no walk in the park. The program is seriously intense - no joke. Esp Soph II semester.

    Better buckle up.
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  8. Visit  louisianaSN1 profile page
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    congrats to all of you who got in! those of you who didn't, keep trying! For those of you starting in the fall, these next 3 years will not be a walk in the park. Like workstudysleep said, soph 2 is pretty tough... senior 1 is even worse. you can do it though!!!

    Get all of your partying out this summer! If you are 100% committed to doing well, you can!

    Also, I would suggest changing y'alls facebook group name to something that does not have LSU or School of nursing in it. Teachers like to check facebook

    Good luck to you all!!!!
  9. Visit  Kroth613 profile page
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    I know this is a really vague question, but what did you do differently from others that you thought helped you succeed? I know there are plenty 'weed out' classes and some very difficult classes, but what techniques, habits, etc (even class specific) helped you get through? Obviously study, and be in a position to put school first, but how much time did/do you spend studying? Any techniques or school resources that really helped? Thanks!
  10. Visit  hmarie09 profile page
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    Well I just got my grades back for this semester and I made a C in a psychology class that is not a pre-requisite or anything. I have already been accepted, and my grades barely affected my overall GPA, and they did not affect my pre-requisite GPA at all, I should be ok right? They won't like revoke my acceptance for making a C in a non pre-requisite class right? I know this is dumb i'm just paranoid.
  11. Visit  kadams1025 profile page
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    You should be completely fine. I think you would only run into a problem if you failed a pre-req.
  12. Visit  tayki923 profile page
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    That's a great question to ask! I'm a Soph II right now... You definitely need to start the semester knowing that you're going to have to bust your butt to make it through. Find what works for you... Understand that you'll be living on little sleep and lots of coffee. It's worth it and completely doable!! For physiology specifically - DO THE WORK. He tells you to read and outline the textbook. DO IT! Lots of people don't because it's A LOT of reading. Read every single sentence, every diagram, every chart, outline them, and STUDY them. Know the material front and back and make sure you can teach it to someone else. Study groups are EXTREMELY helpful. Some friends and I would go to a study room in the library and use the expo boards to teach each other the material. You don't truly know it until you can teach it to someone else! Also, go get a recorder and record his lectures. Re-listen to them, take notes again, and make sure you understand the lecture. I would spend up to 8 hours re-listening to a 2 hour lecture. Physiology is tough, but it's definitely doable if you make yourself do the difficult work it requires. You just can't slack off!

    Good luck to everyone who was accepted! If anyone is interested, I've got all my textbooks, notes, flashcards, etc. from Soph I semester that I'm looking to get rid of for cheap! We can meet somewhere on campus later on in the summer. And to everyone who was waitlisted, don't give up hope! The semester I applied, the ENTIRE waitlist ended up getting in. People were still getting accepted the day before our orientation. Don't give up!

    Congrats, everyone!
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  13. Visit  tayki923 profile page
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    Quote from Kroth613
    I know this is a really vague question, but what did you do differently from others that you thought helped you succeed? I know there are plenty 'weed out' classes and some very difficult classes, but what techniques, habits, etc (even class specific) helped you get through? Obviously study, and be in a position to put school first, but how much time did/do you spend studying? Any techniques or school resources that really helped? Thanks!
    That's a great question to ask! I'm a Soph II right now... You definitely need to start the semester knowing that you're going to have to bust your butt to make it through. Find what works for you... Understand that you'll be living on little sleep and lots of coffee. It's worth it and completely doable!! For physiology specifically - DO THE WORK. He tells you to read and outline the textbook. DO IT! Lots of people don't because it's A LOT of reading. Read every single sentence, every diagram, every chart, outline them, and STUDY them. Know the material front and back and make sure you can teach it to someone else. Study groups are EXTREMELY helpful. Some friends and I would go to a study room in the library and use the expo boards to teach each other the material. You don't truly know it until you can teach it to someone else! Also, go get a recorder and record his lectures. Re-listen to them, take notes again, and make sure you understand the lecture. I would spend up to 8 hours re-listening to a 2 hour lecture. Physiology is tough, but it's definitely doable if you make yourself do the difficult work it requires. You just can't slack off!

    Good luck to everyone who was accepted! If anyone is interested, I've got all my textbooks, notes, flashcards, etc. from Soph I semester that I'm looking to get rid of for cheap! We can meet somewhere on campus later on in the summer. And to everyone who was waitlisted, don't give up hope! The semester I applied, the ENTIRE waitlist ended up getting in. People were still getting accepted the day before our orientation. Don't give up!

    Congrats, everyone!

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