Communicate

  1. How come michigan nurses/students don't talk to each other like other states, although I do realize that people are busy, was just curious.
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  3. by   BrooklynNurse590
    Yeah I was wondering the same thing! I check this forum everyday and it be dead.. Communication can be a lot better!
  4. by   porkey2
    I know, do we not want to help each other?
  5. by   BrooklynNurse590
    I know exactly! Are you doing your pre reqs or you an nursing student?!!
  6. by   porkey2
    Im actually done with nursing school, studying for the boards but always on here and noticed how there is hardly any communication on here. I graduated from Henry Ford Community College this year.
  7. by   BrooklynNurse590
    Congrats!! I'm trying to get where you are lol I had to sit out this semester because I have a lot of family drama going on and plus I will be moving soon so I wanted to wait until I have a clear mind and be settled! How was the nursing program at HFCC I'm deciding between there and WCCCD Downriver campus
  8. by   OB-nurse2013
    Totally agreed! I don't know but there's not much on here.
  9. by   porkey2
    Quote from Ciamone
    Congrats!! I'm trying to get where you are lol I had to sit out this semester because I have a lot of family drama going on and plus I will be moving soon so I wanted to wait until I have a clear mind and be settled! How was the nursing program at HFCC I'm deciding between there and WCCCD Downriver campus
    The program is excellent, totally loved it; teachers were great! I went there because I was able to jump on the waiting list as opposed to competing for the best gpa.
  10. by   porkey2
    Quote from iluvpatho
    Totally agreed! I don't know but there's not much on here.
    Yeah, nothing at all, wow.
  11. by   mistydbuffa
    Wish we michiganders communicated more.
  12. by   MrsClarkRN
    Very true!

    I'm in my first semester of nursing school at WCCCD and I would love some advice from the people that have graduated!
  13. by   porkey2
    Quote from ShanayJ
    Very true!

    I'm in my first semester of nursing school at WCCCD and I would love some advice from the people that have graduated!
    Make sure you study everyday, get a good nclex book, preferably saunders. make sure you practice lots of questions to get you in the mode of answering nursing style questions. definately figure out how you learn, visual, audio, study group, etc. learn skills like the back of your hand. make sure you have a good concept of how to do dosage calculations.
  14. by   MrsClarkRN
    Thanks porkey! I bought a Saunders NCLEX book and got a 90 on my first test! I'm doing clinicals at Beaumont Gross Pointe...loving it so far...

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