Latest Comments by Sheryl18

Latest Comments by Sheryl18

Sheryl18, BSN, RN 4,379 Views

Joined Feb 10, '10. Posts: 154 (25% Liked) Likes: 62

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    I also never had any problems with communication with WGU. My enrollment counselor always called when he said he would and my student mentor did as well. I finished the program in just under a year and am so happy that I did it. Good luck to you!

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    jenrninmi likes this.

    My mentor was available early morning and some evenings, she was very flexible. Good luck, I hope you are able to work it out easily.

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    I also had 34 CU's to complete and it took me 11 months and 2 weeks and that was with a lot of procrastination on my part. I could of been done a lot sooner if I wanted. That's what I loved about WGU if I had a busy week or just didn't want to do schoolwork I could do that, it's flexible. It's hard to say what class is easier or harder because it's different for everyone. Some people think biochemistry is really hard. For me it wasn't, I thought it was fun. There wasn't really a class that I thought was overly hard just some were more time consuming and tedious. Good luck!

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    Davey Do and greenbeanio like this.

    We run Med Ed, nutrition, hygiene and anything related to health

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    I agree, do the PA first, then study all of your weak areas using the coaching report. It is not necessary to do all the review guides, writing in journals etc that the COS tells you to do. Only focus on what you need to pass the class. Good luck!!

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    I received my Associates through a community college and they accepted those credits. They didn't accept any credits for my vocational school where I received my LPN. I had 34 CU's to do in total.

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    ScorpioRN18, kwade84, and Kathy H like this.

    Also as soon as you have access to your degree plan, which is usually about 2 weeks before your start date for the program, start working on tasks. You won't be able to submit them, but in 2 weeks if you are that motivated you will be able to finish at least a course or 2 and then as soon as it's open for you to submit the task or take a test, do it. Biochem and care of the older adult are usually 2 of the 1st classes that most people do and get out of the way. Good luck!

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    TheCommuter likes this.

    Awesome!!! I passed Leadership this week and now I am working on portfolio I hope to be done in about a week or 2 and have my BSN, can't wait!! I wished I had written abstracts about IHI and AMNH while still fresh in my mind ugh!!

    Good luck on your next adventure, it has been a pleasure to go through this journey with you!!

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    TheCommuter likes this.

    Congratulations!!! I am so happy for you!!

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    They give you access to online books, mentor videos and links to websites all in the COS (course of study). You then do your own additional research on the internet if you need more information. I only used the WGU library for literature searches for my Evidence Based Practice course. Good luck!

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    tsm007 likes this.

    Congratulations!!!!

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    TheCommuter likes this.

    "Meets Requirements" so glad we both passed this one today, on to the next!

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    Which number is your assignment in the queue? I've never had to wait 3.5 days for an assignment to be graded. I suppose TaskStream is shorthanded on community health graders, lol.
    I am number 5 now, getting there! I had to wait 4 days for biochem before so that was my longest but it was right before they started showing you where you were in the queue, so I had no idea why it was taking so long. I am hoping to know before I go to bed, lol!

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    TheCommuter likes this.

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    UPDATE: the nearly four-day wait for grading was worth it because my community health field narrative passed on the first submission. Yes! The assignment was graded about 30 minutes ago.

    Now it's time to move on to the portfolio.
    Congratulations!!!!! I am still taskstream stalking, lol.

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    I submitted C229 on 2/19 and I am now 74, getting there! Good luck, I hope yours is graded by tomorrow!! My fingers are crossed for a meets requirement for you!


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