Well we took math for meds as part of our pharm 1 class and I personally passed all the tests and the final! We to have at least a 78 in that portion of the class to move on to the next level! So today we show up to day two of clinicals for our new semester and are told that if we didn't pass our final will a 90 we had to retake the math! So several of us who passed and move on now have to retake the math or flunk out of the program. If we passed the clas and were able to move why now do we have to have a 90 to move on! I hope this makes sense as I am so frustrated and math is not my strong point an I worked really hard to get the passing grade that I needed
Jan 15, '13
by Still Standing
All of what they require of you throughout the program as far as testing and grades especially tests that you have to take every semester and pass with a certain grade should have been explained to you all during orientation and on your syllabus during the first day of class and yall should have gotten all that information in writing in the nursing handbook. If they didn't do those things then something isn't right there, because in my state its mandated for Nursing Programs
to give us this information as part of their accreditation requirements.
Last edit by Still Standing on Jan 16, '13