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This is a discussion on Advanced Pathophysiology in Nurse Practitioners (NP), part of Advanced Practice Nursing ... I start Advanced Patho at the end of the month. I have heard horror stories about the class. I am...by goodinrn Jan 12I start Advanced Patho at the end of the month. I have heard horror stories about the class. I am taking online classes at Saint Joseph's College of Maine. Any pointers out there? We are using Pathophysiology: The Biologic Basis for Disease in Adults and Children and Clinical Applications of Pathophysiology: An Evidence-Based Approach, 3e
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- Jan 12 by zenmanRead the syllabus, then read ahead of time. Highlight the heck in that expensive book. You'll make it.
- Jan 12 by goodinrnThank you and I love highlighters and sticky arrows that you can write on to find things easily!
- Jan 12 by Montessori Mommy
- Talk to others who have taken the class. Ask for their advice.
- Talk to the professor. You'll be amazed how often they'll share bits of test insight with students who take the initiative to talk to them.
- Attend all classes, and pay attention. (Sounds obvious but I was amazed how many people in my class skipped lectures or played on their computers during class!)
- Read the text and review your notes every week. Don't wait until the last minute to prepare for exams.
- Jan 14 by DixiecupI agree. Talk to your instructor if you think you are drowning. I was having a lot of trouble with it and talked to her and told I was really worried I wasn't going to pass. Lo and behold in the next couple of days we had a study guide for the test!
- Jan 17 by nitasarnI found that reading ahead and if it was something that I didnt understand I would look it up on youtube.
- Jan 26 by reddgirlQuote from nitasarnRead like your life depends on it! I failed patho the first time I took it but bounced back with an A! You just highlight and read the words off the page! You'll be fine!I found that reading ahead and if it was something that I didnt understand I would look it up on youtube.