scrubsfan31 557 Views
Joined Aug 9, '08.
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Congrats to everyone who got in! You're going to love Charity! Just be prepared to study hard! It will pay off in the end!
Thanks ChubbyLove, I figured it would go by really fast!! But I'm gonna try to keep up because I usually procrastinate for the first two weeks! As long as it's not as rough as NAC1 was, I think I'll be ok! And thanks for the heads up on the lectures! I usually get a little burned out towards the end as well, so I'm glad that you say mental health is a little more laid back, I have it last! Thanks again!
Thanks, that really helps! I hate buying books that I don't need! I wish i would have known that kind of info in basics too! And I'm pretty sure I can't PM yet because i've only posted twice but from what I hear, I'm in good hands for next semester! I was just nervous about the level of stress because Nac1 made me want to pull out all of my hair!!! But anyways, thanks again!
I'm in my 3rd semester at Charity and I remember how hard it was to get in! I'll have my fingers crossed for everyone!!! If you can, try to get into Mrs. Hebert's clinical group! I had her and she was great! Good Luck!
This is my first time posting! Usually my questions are answered just by reading other comments. But this time I was wondering if anyone can give me a heads up on classes. I'm about to start my 3rd semester at Charity (pcn & mental health) and I'm a little confused on the way things are supposed to go! The rotations are really short and I'm wondering how stressed I'm going to be. I hear different things from people but I'm not sure what to believe. I was just wondering if anyone knew what books are useful because the welcome letters really aren't much help. And I keep hearing from different people that we have to buy new uniforms, which would be hard, being that I'm broke!!! So if some one could clear this up for me I would appreciate it greatly! Thanks!
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