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- Jul 17, '12 by SunshineDaisyI put them on a 3x5 and laminated it and carried it everywhere. Studied it whenever I had a chance. you need it for other semesters as well.
- Jul 18, '12 by eriqualindsaythe best study guide i can recommend is the nclex style questions in evolve and nurselogic as far as 101 goes...
for pharm i suggest making your own flashcards for the prototype drugs with the important information that the instructor highlights (at least this was my method for success for online pharm with R)
- Jul 23, '12 by KaylianaHello everyone,
I was wondering if anyone knew the best place to get a physical, for the cheapest? (All these supplies and requirements are making me so broke! haha) Thanks for the help!
- Jul 24, '12 by SunshineDaisyDoes your insurance cover them? i just went to my Dr and had one done and just cost me my co-pay. You can also go to Walgreens or CVS, but I think they cost like $60ish!
- Jul 24, '12 by apn11They do physicals at The Vaccine Center too (where I got my TB test). Not sure how much
- Jul 24, '12 by stargurl2006I got mine done at CVS because I don't have a primary care dr.. It was about $65
- Jul 25, '12 by KaylianaMy insurance usually does cover it, but the doctor I usually go to says that they don't anymore and want to charge me $80. I will check around. Thanks everyone!
- Jul 25, '12 by speedym79From what I have found a lot of the insurances will only cover physicals for preventive care. Unfortunately the physical we need is not considered preventive and therefore not covered. If you are lucky enough that your doctor will send in the paperwork as a preventative care physical and still fill out that form then your insurance will likely cover it, but most will tell you sorry your insurance does not cover physicals for sports, employment, etc.
The cheapest I found was through the company provided by CSN which cost $60.
- Jul 25, '12 by StayingOnThePathGot mine done through CVS as well. Made good friends with the doctor at the clinic. The only thing is that you may have to come back after scheduling an appointment. About 65 bucks, but it's useful for a year, so try to get it done, but make sure it's effective through the year.
- Jul 30, '12 by dwoffordDoes anyone know if there is a difference between buying the book bundle at CSN and just purchasing online at Amazon? I know that CSN offers the ebooks with theirs but Amazon's price is about $180 less for brand new books. I purchased the bundle today but might return it and just buy the books online instead.