Latest Comments by MeekaNichole

Latest Comments by MeekaNichole

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Joined Dec 27, '12. Posts: 39 (13% Liked) Likes: 5

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    10-15 hrs should be enough..

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    That's great! Congrats

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    Just make sure you NEVER procrastinate and are always on top of ur work. do you work and study AHEAD of time not after u had class

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    I'm taking anatomy this semester and my professor is horrible. and she's pregnant and simply sits at her desk the entire time and doesn't even give us objectives or study guides

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    I agree with the last post. Try going to community college. It's cheaper and you'll be getting a job earlier. then you can go back to school later if u want

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    Med. terminology is its own class.

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    No, is it A&P 1 or 2??

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    Quote from Kimynurse

    I'm 43 years old, I did research and found out how competitive RN school is, so I study a lot to get a 4.0.

    I was told the first day of LPN school if you want to get into a RN program, you must have close to a 4.0 to get in, so I worked hard and got a 4.0 and was valedictorian of my class.

    I want to be a DNP not a MD
    Whoa! Determined!

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    I would also suggest becoming a nurse educator. /: hope it gets better for you..

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    Quote from thelittledoe
    I took A&P I in a six week session with 4 hours of class 3 times a week. It was ROUGH. I was also working full time. I would say I studied for approximately half an hour each night after class (M, T, W) and then 3-4 hours Thursday, 3-4 hours Friday. Thursday and Friday was what I consider lazy studying (i.e. with the TV on, listening to music, taking frequent breaks, etc.) I would hardcore study for 1-2 hours on Saturday. For weeks that I had midterms and finals I would add an extra hour to each study time. So altogether on non-exam weeks about 8 hours a week. I ended up with an A in the course.

    This was my study plan that I copied from another post I wrote:
    1. Read the chapter BEFORE lecture. Highlight only one main point in each paragraph (otherwise I'd highlight the whole thing)
    2. Make an outline of headlines and definitions.
    3. Make flashcards with the definitions.
    4. Explain every concept to your family. This annoyed my family so much and most of the time they wouldn't listen but it helped to me vocalize and talk myself through it. If you can, do this with a study group instead!
    5. At the end of every test, note which types of questions and which topics your professor is most fond of.
    6. Study these topics like CRAZY for mids and finals.
    7. Good luck and have fun! I loved learning A&P!

    Good luck!
    Great tips!

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    This is my 1st science class (in college) in taking so basically in order to be successful like u guys, I have to study for 10 hrs? or close to it?

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    Doubt it'll badly affect you.. since your GPA now is pretty good!

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    How many hrs a day or a week, did you study for A&P1? And what grade did u get from the class? just curious because I'm taking it this spring.

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    wow it shouldnt matter whether there was a name on it or not, it clearly wasnt his and if i were u, i wouldgo to his supervisor or yours.


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